Yosemite Westgate Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsYosemite Westgate Lodge Groveland
Die Yosemite Westgate Lodge gehört zur Motel-Kette America's Best Value Inn, mit der wir schon unterschiedliche Erfahrungen gemacht haben - so zwischen "Okay" und "Geht eigentlich gar nicht". Die Westgate Lodge stellt sämtliche bisher von uns ausprobierten Motels in den Schatten. Eine blitzsaubere und hübsch bepflanzte Anlage, nettes Empfangspersonal, ein großes modernes Zimmer samt Kühlschrank, Flat Screen und Direct TV, schöner Pool - volle Punktzahl! Sogar die Laundry ist mit mehr Geräten ausgestattet, als wir je in einem Hotel gesehen haben.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Yosemite Westgate Lodge Groveland
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... meant to be for us. The waterfall was almost dry. We could see a very very thin mist blowing over the top of the falls and being blown away in the breeze, although this was incredibly difficult to distinguish from the wispy clouds dotting the sky above. Midway down the cliff face was a tiny running trickle, which in early spring would have been a spectacular roaring tumble of foam. However, the setting for the falls was beautiful, so we weren't too disappointed.
We then headed ...
... night...and the next night too!
Paul and Beth stayed a short time to marvel at the topography but they had an appointment to visit friends near Fresno, so they bid us adieu, and drove away. We were sad to see our dear friends depart.
Here at Camp Curry, we would stay for two days, acclimating to altitude and preparing for our adventure hike on the John Muir Trail.
As our friends departed, it ...
... This water feature is so well-named because the wind moves the thin sheet of water around in whirling wisps like the lacey headpiece its named for. The top of the falls looked very halo-like with the sun shining on it. David said this was his favorite time to see Bridal Veil because of the way it is moved by the wind when it is not such a gush of water as in April or May. A few weeks later and we would have missed ...
... quickly but more importantly, we needed to set it up right. The anchored rope on the rim lay about 30 feet higher than the top of our spire, so we needed to get the rope as taught as possible to avoid an upside-down start, followed by a sharply steep ascent due to the sagging dynamic rope. So Ben set up a 3-to-1 system and ratcheted the rope as taut as possible while I adjusted the ...