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Travel Blogs from Eureka
We started our day by going out to Dave and Crystals house. She took a personal day to spend with us and show us the sights. He took time from his busy work schedule to meet us for breakfast at the Samoa Cook House. Tons of delicious food and they just keep bringing you more! Dave had to get to a meeting so Crys took us all over town. She even took …
What a great spot this KOA had been. I could stay here again easily. We do laundry, have a pancake breakfast ($3.00 -- all you can eat -- provided by the KOA) and get on the road. Our first stop is the Battery Point Lighthouse in Crescent City. It is on an island that you can walk to at low tide. The last time we were here it was high tide and we …
... sorry. Anyways, as we head south, we will come across a cliff, where the Pterodactylus antiquus, or Pterodactyl, on this island reside. Though they look the most like birds, they do not actually evolve into birds. In fact, it is not even a dinosaur: it is a flying reptile. We continue back to the main body of the island, and approach the location of my slaughter of the final dinosaurs on the island: ...
Feeling relaxed this morning, we discover that Fort Bragg is a quite a sizable town. It has quite a few facilities, and we can see how it would be popular for travellers. We continue along Highway 1 for a bit, and the coastline is pretty spectacular. However, heading north, Highway 1 eventually turns inland, so we say goodbye to the coast, and start driving through trees again. Highway 1 terminates at a town called Leggett, and some of my ...
... morning to continue our summer travel towards Washington. We only traveled about 250 miles, but it seemed to take forever. We arrived at Bear River Casino in Loleta CA. This Indian casino allows parking in their parking lot for up to three days.
The four of us walked to the casino and signed up for a rewards card. Each of us received $10 in play, then we ate dinner in the hotel dining room. We overlooked the valley below and the Eel River as ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed