- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Yosemite. It was 400 steps up a huge slab of rock! The sights were breathtaking (and dizzying) and we had to power through and not think about the incredible drop offs at every step. Seriously. From the top we could see a panorama of the Great Western Divide, and the switchbacks we had driven on earlier in the day. We have absolutely have no cell service in the park, even at the Lodge, but at the top I had a glimmer, so I sent a text to our parents saying we ...
... roads as we reentered the Sierra Nevada mountain range again. We saw two black bears in a meadow about 6:30, well inside the Park boundaries. Exciting! After a long, winding drive, we finally found Wuksachi Lodge, the only lodge in Sequoia and the most recent lodging which was built in 1999. There is no air conditioning here, because we are after all high in the Sierra Nevadas! Our room is a bit stuffy, but we have a ceiling fan ...
... time I got half way to the car I could barely walk, but I found the wallet and we headed up the stairs.
The fire watch station is home to the ranger for 5 days and four nights at a time, and has a bed, a stove and a heater. Everything you eat or drink needs to be carried up and the shower and toilet are at the bottom of the stairs. But the view would make those inconveniences worthwhile, it is astounding AND they did have a sale on souvenirs, and I had my ...
For those that do not get the title, YouTube "Gabriel Iglesias 6 levels of fat"...he is very funny.
Sequoia National Park was established in 1890. It is over 850,000 acres. It is home to the largest trees that I have ever seen. As an example General Sherman, that's right, this tree is so Oh Hell No, that it gets it's own name, By volume, it is the largest known living single stem tree on earth. Absolutely amazing. Thank you God for not dropping your marble ...
Arriving in Sequoia it was beautiful. Long winding roads all through the greenland led us to our campsite where we had managed to get one of the first come first serve sites luckily. We carried on up the national park until we reached one of the attractions, the General Sherman Tree. This tree is apparently the largest by volume in the world, and it's fair to say it was pretty big. We walked up to it and had the classic photo in front of it, where you can barely see us and ...