Prospect Historic Hotel - Motel and Dinner House
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... It was delicious though!
That was pretty much it. Reno is basically a really tacky version of Vegas and the city where everyone seems to sleep! I’m not actually even sure if you could compare the two, not that I have even been to Vegas but I will be able to answer that in a few weeks when we get there.
We are off to Yosemite in the morning for more National Park beauty and this one is meant to blow our minds so looking forward to it!
... I had to share because it made me laugh out loud...so indulge me a second here: Apparently the Earl of Oxford, when bowing to Queen Elizabeth I, (way back in 1560-something or other), accidentally ‘passed wind’…obviously being totally mortified by doing this in front of her majesty the Earl proceeded to avoid the royal court for 7 years following this. When he finally plucked up the courage and decided to return to court it ...
... before heading off to Medford.After driving about 1.5hours West we arrived in the town of Medford. Checking in and leaving our luggage we went for a walk around the town. Medford is nothing special, it is an inbetweeny town, not big, not overly small. Although our waiters were all super surprised to hear an Australian accent in their small neck of the woods.
Tomorrow we make our way to Coastal ...
WEDNESDAY 6/11-Left the N CA area while still cool early this morning. Going north we finally got a glimpse of Mt. Shasta which is the second highest in the Cascades and the 5th in California. When we got closer to Mt. Shasta there were also some granite cliffs to the west of the interstate but it was nice to see all the tall green trees again, although, the Interstate kept going over the dried up parts of the lake. One thing that we noticed in the ...
... We came through the North Entrance and stopped at almost every lookout. It is 35 degrees, blowing wind, and COLD.
We stopped at the Rim Village Cafe and Gifts. We bought a couple of items.
Next, we continued driving to the Visitor Center. We ate our picnic lunch in a foyer with open windows. All the picnic tables are under snow. We went back into the Visitor ...