Steep Ravine Cabins
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... fortress and a military prison and the Department of Justice as a maximum security federal penitentiary. Today the island is a national parkland with historic gardens, tide pools and bird colonies. It's accessed by ferry from Pier 33 on the mainland across the icy waters of San Francisco Bay. A strong swimmer may have been tempted to swim to shore, but the waters of San Francisco Bay have very strong under-currents and the temperature is ice cold year round, such ...
We woke up reasonably early today and made the most of the free breakfast at our hostel(mainly bagels!). We then made our way to market street to meet up with our tour guide anton who would take us round for the day. First we went to the ferry building and Doug had a very nice coffee (apparently!). We then visited china town- the second largest outside of China!! And learned about the history there. From there ...
... are in Portland at the moment (where I am waiting for my flight to) and we might meet up for lunch tomorrow before they head back up to Canada. I’m hoping they might be around some of the areas I’ll
travel through whilst I’m up there too. It’s always nice to see a familiar face.
Lily and Sheila arrived back at the hostel and me and Lily stayed up chatting in the lounge bit late into the night. It was a ...
... a good parking spot, and there were hundreds of people wanting to hike through the woods. Thankfully, we spotted an open parking spot that said "for Buses only-- normal parking after 4pm." It was 3:47, so we shrugged and decided to park and wait until 4pm rolled around. We were lucky-- it was insanely difficult for everyone else to park.
Unfortunately, as I said before, we had zero cell service at this point and got ...
... Texas as Abbie managed to confuse herself about!). Towards the end of the flight we were treated to some of the sights that would become customery to us, however at the time the rolling mountains, never ending canyons and immense rivers ensured that we spent the last hour of our flight nose pressed against the window taking it all in. Upon landing we were whisked away to our Doubletree Hilton hotel by our own shuttle bus and reveled in the incredible luxury the hotel ...