Yosemite's Ravensbrook Bed & Breakfast
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... Bettina decided to head to the pool for some relaxation and girly time. Tea was surprisingly nice, burger and chips with all the trimmings. Me and Joe we're on dishwasher to duty and as it was the last night everything had to be thoroughly cleaned which took longer than anticipated. We then headed back to the pool and then to the bar. Emily had made us some little certificates with a map of were we have travelled ...
... is a General Store and a Cafe. But then there are little cabins tucked away behind. There is even a yurt or two.When you stay there, the evening meal is private and haute cuisine prepared by a fabulous chef. My college mentor, Dr. C. showed me this place many years ago, but today we had to drive on by....not enough time to stop.
As we arrived into Yosemite Valley, our excitement grew! We drove past El Capitan ...
I woke up this morning at 5 am and made a quick three miles from the backpackers camp to a mystical and world famous Camp Four. It is nowadays become the official walk-in campground so there is a daily group of individuals gathered to have an opportunity to get a spot in the camp. Getting there at 5:40 am, I wasn't checked in and set until 9:40 am. But this night, Short Step and I will ...
... br> We caught a taxi into town (cheaper for us than the bus/train because there are four of us!) and then waited for the famous trams to Fisherman's Wharf! They were really busy so Gary and I had to hang off the side - great fun and loved the drivers bell ringing. We went past Lombard St (more later) and got off at the end of the line.
Alcatraz was next on the list so we walked down to the ferry terminal - handy hint - buy tickets online and print them out, ...
... twisty road in some spots (about 30 km).
We made fairly good time, stopping for lunch at a Carl's Jrs (our first time eating there) and arriving around 2pm. Uneventful and not really scenic drive. Our hostess, Ginger, had a very lovely newly built home. She had lots of cats and one crazy pug, as well as assorted birds and hummingbirds flying around the property. Heard coyotes yipping in the evening, and I woke up around 5am ...