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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... but that's another story. We finally found the valley centre, provisioned up and headed for our first walk. After searching around for the start of the walk we decided to ask at the visitors centre for a better map. Nope even the ranger reckons the maps are poor and the walks hard to find. So we decided for an easier option. Instead of the meadows walk we saw the start of the lower Yosemite falls walk and did ...
... road works and the man suggested a divert. It was a nice scenic route and took no longer than waiting,
The hotel we are staying at is quite large and must hold a couple of hundred people. We arrived in the early afternoon to learn 1) there is no mobile signal for a couple of hours drive, 2) internet connection is patchy (and expensive) at best and 3) the staff haven't been to customer service school. ...
... the centres of the tree can be dead but the tree survives because the living parts of the tree are in the outer layers, hence the reason, you can see big holes in them and they survive.
The made our trek back to the valley floor where we were shown more highlights before the tour ended some 8 hours after we started. Then did a bit of walking around the Yosemite Village before driving to a couple of spots for sunset.
... However, incidents among inexperience climbers are common in the park. Each year over 200 people are brought down from hiking trails and mountainsides by search and rescue, usually due to ill preparation.
We wound our way out of the main valley floor and began to climb, with heart-stopping drops to either side of the car. Although the road was bendy, it did not alarm us too significantly, we were too entranced by the views from all angles. However, after around half an hour, we ...
Set off from Tuolomne Meadows to Yosemite Valley. The road was still closed so we had to do the detour and were keen to go.
The camera saga continues. No deliveries due to the road closures due to the forest fires so no camera- try the post office on the way out of the park they said. Stopped at Post Office- no parcel - try Yosemite Valley post office they said........