Sunset Inn Yosemite Vacation Cabins
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... see the Tunnel View once again, hands down Chad's favorite view. We can't seem to find a matted photo that Ansel Adams took of this view in any bookstore. Maybe my photos will turn out ok to blow up! We filmed the view coming out of the tunnel, because before you enter the tunnel, it is just a tree lined road....then a long tunnel through the mountain.... and then, WOW. The gorgeous views of the valley with El Capitan on the left and Half Dome on the right, ...
... Park and finally Sea World. Pictures attached.
Next stops are Palm Springs then to Las Vegas then to Zion National Park then to Grand Canyon and Mesa Verde.
I have to agree with Carl about the party and how much we appreciated your friendship and the lovely gifts that we received. Yosemite was really breath-taking and more ...
... the sofa bed. She even had a heater running in our room ready for us. Unfortunately it really was in the middle of nowhere so couldn't get any dinner after arriving late. Felt homey. Took lots of 'complementary' water bottles for the long trip ahead to San Fran. Food highlights B&Ks Asian kitchen in Fresno. Mostly because it wasn't a burger or Weiner and it didn't come with fries. Fresh made sandwiches in Yosemite village which we ate on the trail. My ...
... over where we had walked yesterday. Half Dome just shot out off the mountains tempting us to make the 16 hour climb. We settled for PotHole rock a couple of miles further down the road. 16 minutes versus 16 hours yep almost the same. Despite the lesser height it did give great views over the meadows and made the walk worthwhile.
From there we headed to our next walk in to Soda Springs via the visitors centre. The meadows gets nowhere near ...
... every house done in a similar style. Great to see, even if the kids weren't that impressed! We then set the GPS for the long drive out toward Yosemite National Park. Our accommodation for the night was due to be at the Yosemite Westgate Lodge, about an hour from the Yosemite valley. The drive out took a little less than three hours, along some of the narrowest and scariest roads imaginable - Ginny was having conniptions in the ...