- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... took place in the cask room and along with several whites and reds we also got to taste straight from the cask which was a bit different (aka not that nice). We had a lovely lunch of cured meats, cheeses and salads under the trees next to the Andretti vineyards and randomly got chatting to some people from Reading – small world! After failing to win the competition to win a free bottle of wine we boarded the coach ready for the next ...
Another looooong 5.5 hour drive on mainly boring highways. Gotta love the iPads - the kids were fantastic until the last 20 mins. We only had one pit stop and with games of UNO and Olivia's travel sickness under control everyone was in good spirits. The drive into Squaw Valley was very picturesque with patches of snow on the mountains and tall pine trees. The temperature had well and truly dropped by the time we arrived, minus 5 ! Our place is really comfy ...
... Time for something gourmet, pasta with a jar of sauce. Being in the middle of nowhere, we take the boys out to look at the stars. Actually it's a bit disappointing, there's not a cloud in the sky, but there is a haze and the stars are not bright and glowing like they are at home. Neither boy is impressed and are both jumping at every noise they hear around them. We fear we are raising city slickers, so think they may have to be shipped off to a farm when we return ...
4380 miles We have been having a great time in Sequoia National Park. Yesterday we saw the biggest tree in the world. After that we went for a walk where there were lots more of the huge sequoias but you could get really close to them. Me and my dad went for an 11 kilometre walk and the views at the top were stunning. We also saw lots of birds and chipmunks along the ...
We woke up and after a cup of tea, Garry convinced me to join him for a run along the path that we had walked yesterday evening. However as we ran up the path, I was struggling to get my breath, bearing in mind I don't usually run at 7,000 feet altitude, so I had to stop and ran back towards the motor home and run to the Lodgepole shop that we had visited yesterday. I did feel good about myself for having gone running for 20 ...