The Redwoods Rv Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Redwoods Rv Resort Crescent City
Nice friendly gentleman who runs the park - very helpful and knowledgeable. We were there the end of September, so it was not full. Nice size pads, gravel, level, wi-fi and cable tv. Close to State and Federal Parks and Stout Grove is a must in your car only. Would definitely stay there again.
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" Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and take a look around once in a while, you might miss it"... Ferris Bueler, 1986. We had a late start out of San Francisco because-----we were tired! Woke up thinking we had hit that brick wall our ...
... the scenery is decidedly blue collar, with flat beaches and murky rivers pouring into the ocean. We find ourselves skipping places as we have a set amount of time and these places just aren't that breathtaking. We pick up the pace and continue to head south, to what we hope is something more appealing.
We're running out of light and know it. But a few more miles down the road the scenery changes rapidly and we're back ...
... her boot. The Slanted Door opened at 5:30, but we were there at 5, so we spent 30 minutes seated by the bay looking at the Bay Bridge. We got a raised half circle booth with a view when they did open, and we had a great meal. Everyone enjoyed the Imperial Rolls, and for dessert the Lemon Curd and Beignets were very good as well. Don't be scared by the word curd - it's Key Lime Pie with no crust.
Well it was a fine day but ...
... light batter that things are dipped in and then deep fried.
Following this we had four different types of sushi, some hand formed and some rolled in a log shape then cut. We had so much marvelous food it's very difficult to remember it all! But one thing we haven't forgotten is that it was the best sushi any of us have ever had! Dessert was very unique and fun! The first of three desserts was Kettle Korn frozen with ...
... to a rather later evening than might have been prudent, so we had a pretty low-key day on Saturday.
One of the attractions of this visit was seeing Steve's new apartment. In May, he moved from San Francisco proper to the island of Alameda. In the last 15 (or so) years, Alameda has enjoyed a revitalization and has become a thriving and lively place. Steve's apartment overlooks a palm-tree-lined lagoon, across from which is a Chase bank, a Safeway, Walgreen's and ...