The Trees Motel

796 West Line St., Bishop, California, 93514, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 796 West Line St., Bishop, is near Laws Railroad Museum, Rock Creek Pack Station, and Monument Bank.
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    Travel Blogs from Bishop

    Day 1: Hitting the road

    A travel blog entry by on Jun 19, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... were completely stripped bare; we wondered how long it would take nature to heal itself.

    As we gained elevation on the Tioga Pass Road, we left the devastation behind and were greeted by wildflowers sprinkled along the road. By now, we had all grown hungry and each of us was eyeing the cooler for the sandwiches we had bought along the way. We finally arrived at Tenaya Lake around 1:30pm and found a nice shady parking spot for the hounds while we ate ...

    Finally breakfast

    A travel blog entry by samandken on Jan 04, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... thing. We also bought a coffee from the coffee shop in the casino, using our newly acquired mug. It was the best one yet, so happy little vegemiters.we left minden about 12 and headed on down and up through the parks to bishop. It is unbelievable that we can keep being astounded by the scenery. It took us about four hours to get 2 ...

    Day 8: Yosemite National Park

    A travel blog entry by njaysharpie on Sep 15, 2013

    4 photos

    ... us were humongous rocky mountains with car-sized (sometimes close to house-sized) boulders sitting precariously on ledges and vast flat walls of stone stretching on for acres, to the side the scenery ranged from dense fir forests, to sparking blue reservoirs, sheer rock faces, and small gullies hiding quaint rocky creeks. Shortly after entering the national park we came across a queue of cars, a set of cones across the road, and a ...

    A day hike to Heaven on Earth

    A travel blog entry by freedomandpeace on Aug 12, 2013

    2 comments, 41 photos

    ... said if he fixes it, we will feast like kings for breakfast. I was bummed at facing having to hike out the next morning with no warm meal beforehand. (It would turn out he got the stove running in the morning though)

    Then I faced my third and final night of insomnia. However, I did sleep longer this night than any of the others. Overnight, I got my period in full force, I would find out in the morning. But it was all worth it in order to see the amazing Hungry Packer Lake basin today!


    Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest

    A travel blog entry by freedomandpeace on Aug 10, 2013

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... the forest, which is 4.2 miles long. We had planned to take our backpacks with us on this hike to "try them out" and get acclimated to them before the backpack trip. This turned out to be a bad idea because they were very tiring to walk with, and it made us even more tired when we did start the backpack trip the next day.

    Before we started our hike, we went to the visitor center. This was a new building, as the last one burned down. They had a few cut ...