Juniper Springs Resort
Travel Blogs from Mammoth Lakes
... open, in a deserted shopping mall, so we went in. It was just gone 8pm, so I guess we were lucky to be served: Jette was thrilled as it was a Japanese restaurant. Not a favourite of mine. Oh no.
The udon noodles were evil, like looking into a prehistoric swamp with eels cordling about.
Walking back later there was wet in the air, which probably translates as snow on the pass, which probably translates as Houston: we DO have a problem...
... pizza each, onion rings and Caesar salad to share (we were starving so it seamed like a good idea at the time) hence, pizza for tea tonight! All in all, a great day in Mammoth. Very relaxed and the first time we've (Den and Ant) ever seen a ski slope, so we are buzzing even though we didn't get to have a go on the slopes. We enjoyed the après ski though so it was worth it!! Just so you ...
... to sell you stuff. It also has muscle beach, weightlifting on the beach. Its where Arnie became famous from working out on that beach. There were so many different types of people walking around. We rented rollerblades one day which was fun we went from venice beach to santa monica beach, and as usual i fell over!! but right on my bum my back hurt for weeks after that :(
We met a guy in north hollywood about a van, we got the subway there. I was a little nervous but it was ...
... dinner and breakfast were fine. The options for vegetarian diabetics are limited so Gary settled for his first cat-fish meal of the trip. Luckily though he prefers not to eat fish, he does like it. It was a short walk down the main street from our hotel and both walking back that night and early the next morning there was frost in the air. Murpheys Motel was clean and pleasant and so unmemorable I had to look the credit ...
... s hike. The area flows down a gigantic glacial canyon. We were at an elevation higher that Tioga Pass to begin our trek. Our group of seven began hiking at Mosquito Flat (elevation- 10,300 feet) to Long Lake (10,543 feet). The friendly dog ensemble of Maddie, Corona, Desi, and Collin romped trailside and around the breathtaking environs. We hiked throughout Little Lake Valley with Bear Creek Spire looking down at us. Blankets of wildflowers dotted ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility