Agate Cove Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Mendocino
... piney cedary scent. And very muffled and quiet except for mine and other peoples noisy children. Had lunch in Eureka which promised a shiny revamped Victorian downtown but it was kind of weird and deserted. Some neat painted buildings but not many people. Drove the Avenue of the Giants scenic highway in Humboldt State Park in the afternoon. Saw the ...
... Tree. It was pretty interesting to watch people drive their vehicles right through the base. The gift shop was quite the tourist trap with lots of over-priced trinkets.
Tom did his usual great job in driving the long and winding road. By the time we got to Mendocino, it was quite foggy. ...
... us some tips of where to head tomorrow to explore the beaches. When we checked into our room, it was upstairs and the biggest room we've had this entire trip. Even though there is no service on my phone - there is still free wifi in the room! Truly a diamond in the rough - the Pine Beach Inn - definitely recommend it if you happen to be in this area! Looking forward to exploring the beaches and heading to our next stop tomorrow - Coos Bay!
... the burly bearded chap next to me, and were joking about the terrifying journey. He turned a shade more serious and said "I have lived my whole life here and drive that road almost every day. Don't you dare get lazy and cross over that line around a corner. You will crash. I have seen more crashes on that road than anyone should ever lay eyes on. Be careful." Well, that didn't exactly make the situation a whole lot lighter, but it did make me feel ...
... now that we are at sea day after day. On the bridge this morning the AIS showed another ship to port. I got quite excited but couldn’t actually see it. It turned out it was 10 miles away and visibility wasn’t that good. Further, it was just astern of us and we were going about 2 knots faster so we had actually overtaken it and therefore unlikely to see it again.
I suppose I had visions of the Pacific with blue sea, cloudless sky and the ...