The Pines Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWaterfront Motor Inn Apollo Bay
This place is beautiful, everything I imagined of a cabin in the woods! Really want to come back one day :)
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Travel Blogs from Bass Lake
We thought that today, it would be nice to start off with a coffee and bun from Starbucks for a change, and therefore were ready, and up and about to leave for Yosemite nice and early at 8am.
Having made our way to the South East gate, we parted with the $30 entrance fee, and made our way through the big gates into Jurassic Park, full of …
What ? ...... No Starbucks ? Good job we visited the little shop on site yesterday, as we managed to find orange juice, milk, yoghurt and wine. So, Cabernet Sauvignon it is for breakfast !
Today is a day of no driving ... Well, not the car. We've managed to hire an 18ft patio boat for a few hours, and it's off to the water at 8.30 to see …
... again! It was close to dinner time now and time for some decision making. Our campground for the night was just over an hour outside Yosemite's exit, but we wanted to eat in the light and within the park. At Tuolumne Meadows we pulled over with a cracking view out of the window across the meadow itself and got down to making and eating another delicious spag bol. It was the perfect post-swimming meal for our hungry tummies! After a tidy-up we drove on, enjoying the views ...
... entered Yosemite National Park, after paying our $30 fee.
We were really climbing now, with sweeping bends and elevations in excess of 4,000 feet. It really isn't particularly pleasant in the back when swerving from side to side, with occasional views of the steep drop just outside!
After passing through a long tunnel (the longest in the US at the time it was built!), the astonishing Yosemite Valley opened out before us, with the ...
Just started breakfast and the fire alarm went off. Went outside and watched the deer grazing until we were allowed back in. Had a reenactor talk about his life as John Muir and his time with Teddy Roosevelt and the work he did promoting national parks then on to a "tram" , actually a low-set semi trailer with rows of seats on it and no cover so you can look upwards, for a 2.5 hour tour around the valley. After a scotch, soup and sandwich lunch had a nap and then caught ...