All 300 guests in the historic Ahwahnee Hotel in California's Yosemite National Park were evacuated from the building on Wednesday when boulders, some as big as microwave ovens, tumbled from the cliffs of the Royal Arches behind the hotel. Several cars were damaged when the rocks fell at least 100 feet into a hotel parking lot, but no injuries were reported. Geologists were monitoring the cliffs to check for stability.

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