Travel Blogs from Sonora
After exchanging a few email addresses and saying farewell, we left for Sonora, following the same route over Sonora Pass. It was another gorgeous day and we stopped numerous times to enjoy the view and look at potential campsites.
We stayed in the older section of the Days Inn Sonora, which is a historic old building with lots of charm. …
... part of it. The roads and infrastructure at Yosemite are amazing, making it easy to get around and to see the sights. Bridalveil Falls: These falls are amazing, the water looks like floating sheer material (hence the name Bridalveil). We just stood here and took in the view.....beautiful. Glazier Point: From here you look out at Half Dome and down into Yosemite valley from 2.3km above sea level.....WOW! The view was magnificent, it looks like something out of a dinosaur ...
... had gathered her choicest treasures" John Muir A picture says a thousand words! Ended the day in a log cabin deep in the forest, excellent place, roaring fire and gourmet food........night ...
... came a fully loaded officer of the law asking if anyone had seen a man with a broken stick... The locals covered for him but even though that dude had a gun, if he'd asked us we would have denied seeing a man with a broken stick, we knew our place! We ended the night with a few tunes on the duke box and a game of electronic darts.....9pm in Sonora is ...
... couple Jim and Myra. We spent a great couple of hours chatting about bikes and family and life and all the rest of it. We finished the last kilometre of the walk home in fine spirits. Unfortunately, Jim and Myra had a long ride home to Bakersfield, a place long famous to fans of Aerosmith.
The coast north was touristy and touristy expensive, but a stop in the substantial city of San Luis Obispo provided another fine dinner and left us vowing to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking