- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Zealand. Stopping for some gas on the way to Yosemite I found myself in tears. We had stopped at a Safeway petrol pump station (a grocery chain) and they have a reward card system, your card is identified by your phone number, I put in Dad’s number as I have for years and years and suddenly ROSALIND PASCOE was in bold on the little screen in front of me saying I had enough rewards saved, did I want 10c off a each gallon of gas? Seeing her name in print after ...
... hours to get to our hotel over on the west end of the park, luckily right before dusk.
The next day we went into the park, rode the shuttle buses to various places of interest in Yosemite Valley Village. We took a 2 mile walking trail to see Mirror lake, even though there is no water in it this time of year. It was such a peaceful walk looking at the beautiful trees, changing leaves and all the granite ...
... meal at Fig (yes, during happy hour again) before rounding off the day with a gentle stroll down the Santa Monica pier. We got an invite from Tybe and Judd for Cameron to go Trick or Treating (guising) with Adina, so on our final day we got Cameron a pirate costume and headed with the hordes of Trick or Treaters down Montana Avenue. Most of the shops on the street participate in handing out sweets to the children and make a real effort in decking out their shops ...
... on the origin of the word "Yosemite", first used by Capt Savage of the Mariposa Battalion in the early 19th C. Bill favours the argument that it is of Chinese origin, sounding like the Chinese words for "harmony". 3 1/2 hour drive from Yosemite to Castro Valley, that turned into 4 hours with an accident closing one lane of the freeway. Got in just before dusk and ordered pizza for ...
Up early again, brekki at ihop & off we go to drive through Yosemite National Park on our way to Vegas. Didn't start well, missed a turning off the freeway. Driver & co driver blaming each other. But has it happens, we stumble across Lake Tulloch, a holiday resort, wow what a place this is.
The approach to Yosemite is up a VERY steep winding mountain road, air con has to be turned ...