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Old 04-05-2011, 07:37 PM   #16
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I live about 2 hours from Yosemite Village. I have been to the park in all seasons and find the summer to be the worst. Imagine a traffic jam in Yosemite! Yes, it has happened to me on a weekend in July. Campgrounds are PACKED and the bugs are out in full force.

The Ahwahnee Hotel books up very quickly as well and may be a factor in your planning.

Since you are only planning 3-4 days at Disneyland, I know some might encourage you to skip Yosemite and stay at Disneyland the whole time. I would say, could you extend your trip by a day or two? That way you could do 5 days at Disney, 1 travel day, and at least 3 days in Yosemite. It would be hard to do Yosemite in 2 days I think.

Anyway, I would highly recommend visiting Yosemite if you can, it is definitely the crown jewel of our parks!
Thank you for taking the time to write such a lengthy reply. I have two followup questions.

1. It's been 9 years since I've been to Disneyland. I know they've made a lot of changes. Would you recomend two days for each park?

2. I just checked on the Ahwahnee Hotel. It was over $500 a night. What would some of the early Yosemite "explorers" (I know that's not the right work) think of that?! I remember it from the PBS series, and I'm not saying I've ruled it out, but man that's a lot of moolah. I guess that was just a rhetorical question.

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I love Yosemite...there is so much to do, four days would be best if you like to hike. One day for the drive to Tuolumne Meadows, one day for driving up to Glacier Point, and a must do hike to Sentinal Dome (2.5 mile round trip hike starting at Taft point...easy hike, way less busy than Glacier Point, and a 360 degree view of the valley...stunning), one day for a hike up Vernal Falls...maybe up to Nevada Falls. And one day for all the small walks in the valley floor, like Bridalveil Falls, and Yosemite Falls. When we go to Yosemite was stay ay Yosemite View Lodge...it is the closest hotel to the entrance on highway 140. If you get a river view room it is right on the Merced River. It is expensive, but way cheaper than the park, and a very short drive in. We went last June. It was busy, but not crazy. The weather was warm, but not too hot. We have kids in school, so off season doesn't work for us.
I'll definitely check out Yosemite View Lodge. You are certainly whetting my appetite for the trip.

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In the spring we went to Yosemite. It is by far the best time to go since the waterfalls are in full glory. Most Yosemite waterfalls are the result of snow melt so catching them in the spring is when they are at their best. The other side of that is that Tioga Pass and Tuolumne Meadows were not accessable because of snow. Glacier Point opened while we were there and in some places where we were there was still eight feet of snow. But it was spectacular and our teenagers loved it.

Have a great trip. You won't regret it. (Note the link in my signature. There is so much more to Yosemite than Yosemite Valley).

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September was sounding good, but seeing the falls sounds nice, too.

I live in Saratoga county. What county are you in?

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The time it takes depends so much on traffic. It takes us a little under four hours to drive to Yosemite from the San Jose area. We go in the 140 entrance. But I personally would do the drive over flying because I find airports a big pain, and stressful. When you drive you can take the breaks when you need them. But that's me...lots of people don't mind airports at all.

Disneyland and Yosemite...two of my very favorite places! However you get there, you will love it!
I'm still debating. Looks like one way airfare (LAX to San Francisco) was only $89. I have to check out one way car rentals, because I think I'd rather fly out of some place nearer Yosemite than drive back to LA.

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Well the 6 hours would be with no traffic going out of LA and that really depends on the day you would be leaving LA and the time.

I have driven from Disneyland to my house in Fresno (where you would be driving through) in four hours. And I know it is 2 hours to Yosemite from my house. However, many times it has taken me 5 hours or so to get home from Disneyland because of traffic. And I am talking 2 hours from my house to the Valley floor, which is an important distinction. Because the gates to Yosemite are only an hour away from me. It takes an hour to get from the gates to the Valley floor.

I don't think you would really save that much time by flying into San Francisco or San Jose. As others have said, it is still a 4 hour drive anyway from there and then add on the flying time, time to get to the airport, baggage, and rental counter .

I would leave Disneyland on a Sunday if at all possible (least amount of traffic in my experience). If you can't do Sunday, then avoid any proximity to rush hour. Once you get out of the LA area, the freeway is very fast (70 mph speed limit). I know a lot of people hate the drive, but since I grew up in the Central Valley, I kind of like driving in the ag areas. And Yosemite is totally worth it! Seriously, I have taken people who are not even "nature people" and they can't believe the beauty. If you can make it work, do it!

Feel free to PM if you would like dinner/lunch recos in Fresno. It is also a good place to stop if you need to get food, etc if you are camping. They really do scalp the tourists the further up the hills you go.
Thank you for the advice and offer. I'll keep that in mind as I get closer to making a decision.

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I would not fly to San Jose or San Francisco and drive from there. I did the drive from Dl to Y a few years ago. It was fine. The route we took was nice. It got a little long but we were meeting my sister & BIL in Yosemite. We were trying to get there as soon as possible so we did not take many breaks. I think getting out of LA was the worse part but isn't that always the worse? We also hit rain, off & on, and it was pouring buckets when we got to Yosemite.

I would just try leaving when the traffic is lower and make a few stops to breaking up the drive. How long it takes really depends on the traffic in LA and where in Yosemits you are going. You might be in Yosemite in 6 hours but if you are giong to the Valley, it could take another hour. If you go thru Walwona (in Yosemite), stop and take a break at the Hotel - and get gas as there isn't any in the valley.

Have a wonderful trip! I am jealous - wish I was going. We have to cancel our trip to Yosemite in 3 weeks.
The last time I was in California (I live in New York) was when my older was looking at colleges. We rented a car, and also managed to do some sightseeing including Disneyland. We got lost every single place we had to go. That was before GPS, but I need to remember driving can be very stressful in unknown areas.
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Old 04-05-2011, 08:59 PM   #17
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Yosemite is a must do. I call it a BUCKET LIST place. It is like heaven on Earth. We did that trip a few years ago. The drive up and back didn't feel long at all. Six hours was just about right. 2-3 days is perfect in my opinion. We stayed at Yosemite View Lodge which is just south of the park entrance. Not fancy but perfect for us and for what was available. End of May or early June is the perfect time. The waterfalls are still in full swing and the summer crowds haven't hit full on. You must go. It is really a great time. It ranks in my top ten places I've ever been.
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Thank you for taking the time to write such a lengthy reply. I have two followup questions.

1. It's been 9 years since I've been to Disneyland. I know they've made a lot of changes. Would you recomend two days for each park?

2. I just checked on the Ahwahnee Hotel. It was over $500 a night. What would some of the early Yosemite "explorers" (I know that's not the right work) think of that?! I remember it from the PBS series, and I'm not saying I've ruled it out, but man that's a lot of moolah. I guess that was just a rhetorical question.
1. I don't usually stay in one park evryday, but park hop a lot. The two parks are just a few minutes apart, so I hop from park to park to catch my faves from each park. Normally I start in Disneyland because it usually opens first. I ride the Fantasyland rides, pick up as many Fastpasses as I can, hop to DCA, ride my faves and pick up some fastpasses. Then have a nice lunch, maybe a swim and start cashing in my fastpasses all night and work in a show. There are lots of threads on maximizing fastpasses and touring strategies. I can point you in the right direction if you like. It will take at least four days to see everything, including the shows like World of Color, Fantasmic, fireworks,etc.

2. I totally agree with you about the Ahwahnee. The prices are absolutely ridiculous and the rooms, while quite nice, are not $500 nice. You are absolutely paying for location. Waking up and taking a morning stroll with the view of Half Dome is amazing. So is eating dinner in the breathtaking dining room or having a drink after a brisk hike in the cozy lounge. The prices are crazy, but the experience is unforgettable.

All this talk of Yosemite is making me want to go right now!
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3 days for both parks should be sufficient.

Have you checked outside Yosemite for lodging? We stayed in Fish Camp outside the South Entrance at The Tenaya Lodge. It was very nice and not nearly as expensive as The Ahwahnee.
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Yosemite is a must do. I call it a BUCKET LIST place. It is like heaven on Earth. We did that trip a few years ago. The drive up and back didn't feel long at all. Six hours was just about right. 2-3 days is perfect in my opinion. We stayed at Yosemite View Lodge which is just south of the park entrance. Not fancy but perfect for us and for what was available. End of May or early June is the perfect time. The waterfalls are still in full swing and the summer crowds haven't hit full on. You must go. It is really a great time. It ranks in my top ten places I've ever been.
Thanks for the enthusiastic reply. The summer I worked for the company that did camping reservations made me think I had to see Yosemite. It was so rare to ever actually be able to make a reservation for someone it really was exciting for me -- as well as them.

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1. I don't usually stay in one park evryday, but park hop a lot. The two parks are just a few minutes apart, so I hop from park to park to catch my faves from each park. Normally I start in Disneyland because it usually opens first. I ride the Fantasyland rides, pick up as many Fastpasses as I can, hop to DCA, ride my faves and pick up some fastpasses. Then have a nice lunch, maybe a swim and start cashing in my fastpasses all night and work in a show. There are lots of threads on maximizing fastpasses and touring strategies. I can point you in the right direction if you like. It will take at least four days to see everything, including the shows like World of Color, Fantasmic, fireworks,etc.

2. I totally agree with you about the Ahwahnee. The prices are absolutely ridiculous and the rooms, while quite nice, are not $500 nice. You are absolutely paying for location. Waking up and taking a morning stroll with the view of Half Dome is amazing. So is eating dinner in the breathtaking dining room or having a drink after a brisk hike in the cozy lounge. The prices are crazy, but the experience is unforgettable.

All this talk of Yosemite is making me want to go right now!
I've been to Disneyland three times, but I know a lot has changed since I was there last. I did not like the ferris wheel (forget the name) and I think I had my eyes closed on the roller coaster. We stayed at the Disneyland Hotel and as much as I'd love to stay at the Grand Californian, if I combine this trip with Yosemite I might consider staying off property. In fact, as I type this, seems like I might stay off property at Disneyland to justify the cost of Ahwahnee.

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I would take two days for each park min. I know alot of people think they can do it all in 2-3 days but they miss the small things that makes Disneyland so special...ie Storybook Canal boats, Billy Hill, riding the canoes, eating dinner at Riverbelle Terrace and watching the people walk by, riding the Lilly Belle....
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I've been to Disneyland three times, but I know a lot has changed since I was there last. I did not like the ferris wheel (forget the name) and I think I had my eyes closed on the roller coaster. We stayed at the Disneyland Hotel and as much as I'd love to stay at the Grand Californian, if I combine this trip with Yosemite I might consider staying off property. In fact, as I type this, seems like I might stay off property at Disneyland to justify the cost of Ahwahnee.

California dreamin' -- that's me. (It's been a long cold winter in upstate new York!)
Oh wow, choosing between the Grand Californian and the Ahwahnee is not a decision I would want to make! Such completely different experiences (Disney vs. Yosemite)! I am wondering which would be better for you.

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I totally agree. You can certainly do the highlights of both parks in 2-3 days, but to really see everything AND do the shows you need 4 days. It is really hard to schedule Aladdin, Billy Hill, Fantasmic, World of Color, and fireworks into 3 days. And if you want to do a lot of meet and greets and character meals, the time really starts to fly!
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I would take two days for each park min. I know alot of people think they can do it all in 2-3 days but they miss the small things that makes Disneyland so special...ie Storybook Canal boats, Billy Hill, riding the canoes, eating dinner at Riverbelle Terrace and watching the people walk by, riding the Lilly Belle....
The Riverbelle Terrace sounds intriguing. Gotta check it out.

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Oh wow, choosing between the Grand Californian and the Ahwahnee is not a decision I would want to make! Such completely different experiences (Disney vs. Yosemite)! I am wondering which would be better for you.



I totally agree. You can certainly do the highlights of both parks in 2-3 days, but to really see everything AND do the shows you need 4 days. It is really hard to schedule Aladdin, Billy Hill, Fantasmic, World of Color, and fireworks into 3 days. And if you want to do a lot of meet and greets and character meals, the time really starts to fly!

I know what you mean about Disney and Mother Nature being at opposite ends of the spectrum.

I don't want to cut myself short at either place -- Disney or Yosemite. I don't expect to ever do Yosemite a second time (gotta see Yellowstone, Mt. Rushmore, Denali, etc.) and Disney World is cheaper and more convenient to get to so I want plenty of time at Disneyland. I've got to keep crunching numbers$ -- and reading all the suggestions, for which I am most thankful!

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September was sounding good, but seeing the falls sounds nice, too.

I live in Saratoga county. What county are you in?

I'm still debating. Looks like one way airfare (LAX to San Francisco) was only $89. I have to check out one way car rentals, because I think I'd rather fly out of some place nearer Yosemite than drive back to LA.
Hello neighbor. We live just across the bridge from Albany in Rensselaer County. Our son lives in the Monterey area and we often fly into San Jose. Modern airport without as many delayed flights as San Francisco imho.

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Hello neighbor. We live just across the bridge from Albany in Rensselaer County. Our son lives in the Monterey area and we often fly into San Jose. Modern airport without as many delayed flights as San Francisco imho.

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Hello neighbor. We live just across the bridge from Albany in Rensselaer County. Our son lives in the Monterey area and we often fly into San Jose. Modern airport without as many delayed flights as San Francisco imho.

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I just happened to see your cities - I lived in Arlington Vermont for 7 years. We made the drive to either Albany (for Crossgates) or Saratoga just about every weekend.

Missing New England but not the weather.
I had a contract that took me to Vegennes a couple times a month for a few years.

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You're right -- small world it is. I went to Disney World in February. I had reservations at a moderate resort and was offered an upgrade to Saratoga Springs or Old Key West. I took OKW because Saratoga Springs didn't seem like it would be getting away.
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I had a contract that took me to Vegennes a couple times a month for a few years.

You're right -- small world it is. I went to Disney World in February. I had reservations at a moderate resort and was offered an upgrade to Saratoga Springs or Old Key West. I took OKW because Saratoga Springs didn't seem like it would be getting away.
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Missing New England but not the weather.
Yes it is a small world. I went to UAlbany and Sage. Our son goes to UVM and we are driving up through Vergennes tomorrow on our way to Burlington to visit him. We stayed at the Boardwalk Villas at WDW in February and we were at Crossgates this evening. A very small world indeed.

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Yes it is a small world. I went to UAlbany and Sage. Our son goes to UVM and we are driving up through Vergennes tomorrow on our way to Burlington to visit him. We stayed at the Boardwalk Villas at WDW in February and we were at Crossgates this evening. A very small world indeed.

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Crossgates hasn't been the same since the original Disney store moved and then closed. More than once I got a Cinnabon bun, cup of coffee, and sat at their little tables when they were on the second floor across from the Disney store, trying to pretend I was at WDW.
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Bumping... DH really wants to go to either Yosemite (or Yellowstone) next and I want to take the kids to DL, so I was thinking of combining DL and Yosemite.
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