Historic Requa Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHistoric Requa Inn Klamath
The beautiful 100+ year old Historic Requa Inn has spectacular views of the Klamath River. The wonderful staff, the crackling fireplace in the living room, bedrooms with views of the river and the amazing breakfast make this the perfect place to stay when visiting the redwood forests. The amazing made to order breakfast included local organic eggs, Canadian bacon, fresh squeezed orange juice, fresh homemade breads, jams and yogurt and the most delicious fruit and veggie smoothie.
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I could hear Woody Guthrie singing "this land is your land", as we explored the Redwood Forests with a new appreciation for this classic American song. The video includes legendary Pete Seeger and company singing Woody Guthrie's timeless song from the American songbook.
Redwood National and State Parks Visitors Guide
... this, we finally saw the packed bars on Holland America. Shortly before dinner all the bars on the 2nd and 3rd decks are packed to the hilt by well-dressed elderly folks who all smell good, too – lots of perfumes and colognes in the air. Long after dinner, all the bars on the 1st, 2nd, & 3rd decks continue to be lined with ladies drinking martinis and lots n’ lots of talking ...
... hardly take your eyes off them. They just stand apart from the rest and become the main attraction in the forest.
Our campsite is about 45 miles south of the northern border and south of Crescent City. We have a nice double wide site on grass with enough trees around to suit Meatball. We are on the edge of a forest with a fish cleaning station located about 50 feet from our back bedroom. Bears come out in the evening just before dark and clean up ...
... A stop for ice cream on the way back to the campground definitely made the knees feel better! Friday we visited the Battery Point Lighthouse -- it was built in 1856 on a tiny islet, which is connected to Battery Point by an isthmus at low tide. Hence, you need a tide chart in order to know when you can walk across the rocks to the lighthouse -- we had a two-hour window Friday morning. Then another hike through ...
... ways in order to be among the oldest living things on this planet. I've never seen anything like this. This is somewhere everyone should visit and the pictures just don't capture the true feel of this area.
The Tour Thru Trees is even more unique. Between 900-1,000 years ago, a redwood began to grow outside Klamath, CA. It has withstood the test of time/elements and today it stands as a healthy ...