Turtle Rock Resort
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... of the history of the people which we found very interesting but we didn't see one other person stopping to look at them while we were there. The smell inside casinos is almost unbearable - smoke. I don't know how people stand to sit there and breathe that for hours. They do have non-smoking sections though that are closed off, which we took advantage of the short time we were in there, but we practically had the room to ourselves.
... so horrible, we stop at a small town called Gold Beach, where we pull over and I make some phone calls to find a place to stay. The first place we call has some cabins with separate rooms and a king size bed available, and it’s really cheap! In off season, it’s only about $130 a night. This is an awesome price for us to get a good night’s sleep! I park at the reception, and a nice lady helps check us in – and tries to ...
... and raccoons!
Eventually we dragged ourselves away from the Park and carried on the drive to Gold Beach.
Along the way we saw signposts for a hotel that Julie was tempted to stay in - the Tu Tun Lodge - so we drove down there - to find this most amazing lodge house with some of the more fantastic rooms/views over the river possible - they even had a room available (that we could just about afford) - ...
... reading about towns as we whiz through them only to turn back at the last minute is both frustrating and really slowing our progress.
So with a hotel day already booked we packed up our tent and said farewell to Crescent city. The plan of action is to get to Golds Beach early, check into our hotel and do some serious planning. Well at least that was the plan until we were stifled by the hotel Nazi who oversees check-ins at the Pacific Reef ...
... in a gondola for bird's eye view of the redwood forest. At the top is a lookout where you an see all the way to the ocean. It was not too bad going up the mountain but coming down was a little scary.
After lunch we visited the Crescent City Lighthouse, at Battery Point. The lighthouse was first put in service in 1856. ...