Ramekins Culinary School & Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... clear, gorgeous azure blue skies, it was perfect. As I cross that famous bridge, a feat of engineering, I soak it all in, taking in every moment. I reach my destination in San Rafael, J's home.
We make our way down to a local coffee shop to fuel up for our lovely day into wine country. After sitting and chatting back at his place, enjoying the view from the view of his front porch (and a ...
I woke up a tad hungover as there was no drinking water in the bnb room. I had a shower, grabbed my stuff and then left the bnb. I grabbed a 'continental breakfast' at a café round the corner from the bnb which was run by a French guy. I don’t think it was worth 12 dollars for what I got, but the fruit salad and orange was good at removing the hangover. A really camp black guy came into the store at some point and sat near me moaning about ...
... on without difficulty. NOT EXACTLY…we followed the signs and at a critical point the northbound sign was covered in black plastic. So we followed the truck route signs. I put Santa Rosa in the GPS and it guided us back the way we came, so that wasn’t working. As I followed on my IPhone map program, I realized that we were going northwest away from the 101. What to do, what to do, we decided to try to use the GPS to get back to Petaluma ...
... and Sausalito, and decided that driving was the best option all round. We left our hotel and headed toward the Golden Gate Bridge, which we had to cross in order to reach our first destination of Muir Woods. This area holds some of the best examples of old-growth redwood trees that one could find anywhere. This land was privately purchased by William Kent and his wife in 1905, then donated to the government in 1908, with the proviso that the land would be named ...
... the Colt T where there were amazing views all round the peninsula. Descended by thousands of steps through all sorts of plants. Walked by docks and Farmer's Market. huge !! Tram back to hotel. Libby had to go back for plumber. Lovely to see her. Such a dear. Had a restful afternoon and sleep!! N returned about 6.30. Libby joined us for dinner at restaurant nearby. Bed quite early. October 23rd Tuesday. Breakfast out in MC's favourite cafe. Then we ...