Anna Wulf House B&B

622 J Street , Crescent City, California, 95531, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Crescent City

Day 147: Highway 101 Down the Coast

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber


We had a long day planned for today so we were up bright and early to eat and get ready to go. Hotel breakfast was pretty basic but did its job. The weather was really nice which was fortunate since we had a lot of coastal views to take in today. In total, we planned a trip down the coast that said it would take six hours.

Since it was still a bit chilly out this morning (frost on the ground and everything) we started off the day indoors at the ...

Tall Trees - and the Folks You Run Into

A travel blog entry by tery_augusto


Redwood State and National Parks are jointly managed by federal and state governments which is the best of both worlds. Although the Redwoods have been protected for some time, the official creation and consolidation with the state lands took place in the late 60's. To be able to camp and sit for hours surrounded by these giants is great by itself. Before starting our hike towards the ...


A travel blog entry by winterhawk


... it seems to take longer on night watch. A bit later we entered the boat harbor at Crescent City. There was construction equipment everywhere. As you might recall Crescent City was hit by a tsunami in 2011 and the boat harbor was wiped out. Turns out the same thing happened in 1964. This time they are building a "tsunami proof" marina. Check the pictures to see the size and numbers of pilings they're installing.


As the sun sets on Oregon.......

A travel blog entry by mcshea


... farm lands off of the highway. The far northern corner of CA is known as the Easter Lilly growing capital of the world.

The guys also rode past the famous Pelican Bay State Prison, the state's maximum security facility for the worst of the worst offenders. The guys thought this might be a fun place for a Kodak moment until they saw the guards wave them off with their AK 47's....and no one was smiling!

For the details ...

Redwood capital of the world...!

A travel blog entry by goodner


... each time someone moved around, it woke everyone else up. But hey, we wanted the full National Park experience, so we got it.

Caroline and I went on a morning run. I am not sure what Caroline was playing on her iPod, but she totally kicked my proverbial behind on that 6 mile run. When we got back, we took a lukewarm shower in the communal camp ground facility (this was easier for me that Caroline). Then we packed into the minivan and drove to our trail ...

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This B&B, located on 622 J Street , Crescent City, is near Redwood National Park, Trees of Mystery, Battery Point Lighthouse, and Klamath River.
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