Abigail's Elegant Victorian Mansion - Historic Lodging Accommodations
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... Definitely a must-see when in Northern California.
After that, we continued up Route 101 to Eureka. Nice drive but Eureka didn't live up to its hype in the brochure I picked up. The brochure had promised scads of restored Victorian homes, (called Painted Ladies), but we only really saw two - The Carson Mansion and a home they call The Pink Lady. There were some ...
... cough. Rich still has sinus congestion but we are on the mend. I guess that is what happens when your with toddlers who have cough and boogery noses.
We went to see the movie Unbroken. It was very good. I had already read the book. The movie is well done and deserves to be nominated in the Academy Awards.
Well, I have written more than enough. Thanks again for following my blog.
... back to Bjorn’s to finish loading the bikes and whatever was left. We made a quick stop in Arcata at the bike shop to get Kaitlyn’s front wheel fixed, which they kindly did free of charge, and grabbed a coffee before hitting the road. We headed up the coast with no real destination to stay but figured we would find somewhere gorgeous. Mill Creek campground in Del Norte Coast Redwood State Park is what we found and as expected it was an ...
... out, to the Pier. It was the 100th Anniversary of the Pier but not much had been done - a few food outlets and kayak and boat shops but little else! There were a large number of seals on a floating platform, but as you can gather I wasn't impressed and we quickly hit the road north again. We left the coast and headed inland to pick up I101N again to get into San Francisco and to cross the Golden Gate Bridge (something I've always wanted to do). After a brief rest stop ...
... and awe-struck soul;
For here we sense life's proper goal;
To be like these, straight, true and fine,
To make our world, like theirs, a shrine,
Sink down, Oh, traveler, on your knees,
God stands before you in these trees.
-by Joseph B. Strauss,
builder of the Golden Gate Bridge
Breakfast was in the Pacific Grill, the hotel restaurant. ...