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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... passers by, large groups of people lingering at either side of the street so you had to walk through them, people in doorways. The place is disgusting. I know it's a city, but come on, guys. The best was yet to come. We had to walk 4 very long, very heavy blocks to reach our hotel, 'El Capitan.' Now, I get that we booked cheap, I get that it's an accessible place and that you can't have everything but it is HORRIBLE. It's like, my worst nightmare in ...
... to get to our campsite so we could set up the tent - we are all in our tent together and the girls are thrilled to camp again. What was really nice is that we had no need to start a fire for the marshmallows we promised the kids - across from our site was the campground bonfire - bonus! We had marshmallows and snuggled I for the night. Tomorrow we visit Sarah's old stomping ground and explore more of California! ~ Bethany Miles - ...
... 000 acres (8,500 km2) along much of coastal California (excluding southern California where rainfall is not sufficient) and the southwestern corner of coastal Oregon within the United States. An estimated 95% or more of the original old-growth redwood trees have been cut down.
... 10 feet tall, cool old suspension bridges and even a pair of banana slugs getting busy. The coast was covered by a light fog and littered with rocks jutting out of the water. It was a beautiful hike. From there we set out for Battery Point Lighthouse, a functioning light house just north in Cresent City. You have to park and walk a quarter mile to the lighthouse because the old road has been washed out and the operator’s private residence is ...
... enough of the essentail "bags", the day gets off to a great start. Today's early stop includes the Carson Mansion and neighbouring Pink Lady, both of which offer a glimpse of the enormous wealth that the forests provided a handful of pioneering entrepreneurs. We cross several bridges to visit the outer islands of Samoa where the rolling dunes offer fishing, clamming and ...