Yosemite Westgate Lodge
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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
Travel Blogs from Groveland
... even when you attempted to startle them, and just waited patiently for the opportunity to grab whatever you were eating, whether it had been proffered or not. Stunningly plumaged blue jays also waited on the surrounding tree branches for their opportunity to steal any part of the picnic.
A few more photo opportunities at the top of the trail, and we were ready to make our descent down the John Muir trail, named for one of the USA's most famous and ...
... and the kids handled the 4 miles sweet, kids crawling up to the cliff edge whilst I freaked out about Leila’s disregard for 2000ft drop (views of Lambard dome attached).
Narrow roads, poor drivers who hoped to share my lane despite my massive vehicle, narrow roads and amazing scenery I couldn’t really look at due to the former.
Managed to secure a camp site amongst massive ponderosa pines.
Next day we set off into the valley primera!!! ...
... it was more like a pond than a lake but a nice walk through the forest all the same! We then made our way towards Tunnel View and onto Glacier Point, one of the highlights of Yosemite. On our way to Glacier Point we could see a small fire starting in the middle of the park, apparently from a lightening strike that had happened a few days ago. As we made our way though the smoke got bigger and nearly covered the sky, the sun was bright red behind the smoke ...
... me on a map how to get to Vegas and what to tell my GPS. So I went down and asked. The boss looked bewildered and Julie said "Do you want me to show him on the map" Which she did. She suggested we went down 41 towards Fresno and onto the expressway to Vegas in 6 hours. I said I didn't want to go that way - I wanted to go through Death Valley. So she said "You have to go back through the park. Tell your GPS to go to Mono Lake" She gave me a map ...
... We made a few other stops at places like the Elephant Seal Rookery at Piedras Blancas, Pismo Beach, and much more. We get closer to Santa Barbara. We were doing great for time... it was about 2pm and we were only 2 hours or less from Burbank. However, things were about to change.
We got onto the 154 which cuts some of the coast and joins onto the 1 again in Santa Barbara. Coming across the huge mountain range and weaving around the hillsides, some lady was up ...