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Yosemite, Mariposa, Mammoth, Tahoe
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Hello :)

My cute boyfriend is taking me to Yosemite next week and we will be staying in Mariposa, Mammoth - and Tahoe on the way.

Does anyone have any experience with these places that they could share? I'd love any info you could offer! :)

We'll have a cooler with us - but I'm not sure if the rooms will have kitchens or not. Probably not :rolleyes:

Please help :)

Thanks!!

- Michelle :wub:

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Hey Michelle -

I think I saw it here but someone else posted recently that Yosemite is *very* accomodating about gluten free. Aparantly, you can contact any of the restaurants ahead of time to check but they have some gluten free meals and I think you can even buy Amy's frozen meals at their stores, etc. If I find the post, I'll give you a link.

Wish I could come visit you! It would be fun to meet!

Steph

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Thanks Steph! :) I wish I could meet you too! :)

Okay, talked to boyfriend - looks like there will be no microwave in the room. That sucks because I love Amy's stuff!

*AND* we will be going to San Francisco on the way instead of Tahoe. Any suggestions there?

Thanks!!

- Michelle :wub:

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Mammoth's got a sushi place near the movie theater's that has sushi that's safe (minus the soy sauce, of course). And they've got a regular grocery store and all that...

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In SF you have to go to Roys, I don't think you even need to call ahead because they are so accomidating. ONe time they kept bringing out free appetizers until they found one that I could eat (strawberries). Google Roys san francisco and call ahead because it is a very busy restaruant.

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Michelle,

I am going to Yosemite next week also! They will have plently of gluten free food available at the Yosemite Lodge (we will be there Monday for dinner), at Curry Village Buffet (we are planning on Tuesday for dinner) and then we are planning lunch at the Food Court on Wednesday. They like to know about a day ahead of time where you will eat, so thay can have lots of gluten-free choices for you. I am so excited about the stay. I am waiting for a return phone call from the head food service manager at Curry Village and I will tell him that more gluten-free people will be heading there way! I'll also ask if I can pass on the phone numbers to you, so you can talk with them directly.

God bless,

Mariann

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i went to Yosemite last summer..there was this deli and they gave me turkey slices with a salad and chips

are you going to Lake Tahoe? If so, theres like a million restaurants, especially on the strip, so its easy to find gluten-free food there too.

Yosemite is amazing, I was just there for one day. A little advice, don't go on the hiking trails, i went on the 1 mile hiking trail and it was straight uphill the whole time.. =( took a hour..there aren't as many waterfalls in yosemite as i hear there were decades ago. a lot of them dried up but its an awesome place to visit..

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