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Ahwahnee Hotel
California

This is the famed Ahwahnee Hotel right in the heart of Yosemite. It is relatively deserted at this time of the year but still there doesn't seem to be any discount available - not that I would have stayed, I still much prefer camping to the relative comfort of modern amenities given such gorgeous setting.

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