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Since I was a little girl, I have wanted to see the Redwood Trees. I don't know if a teacher brought in a picture, or if I saw it on one of the nature films they used to show us, but I remember being in awe of trees that big. I always wanted to see them, and I just assumed I never would be able to. When we started planning the trip to Oregon, and we realized they were only 5 hours from where we were staying at the ...
... so that the steps are easier. This one was a workout. The tour was an hour and a half, and there was an escape entrance about 30 minutes in, before the real strenuous stuff in case you are having difficulty. There was actually a middle aged couple, younger than us who thought it was too hard and left the tour at the 30 minute mark. Not us!
The ranger, Amber was young, and had only been giving tours for a couple ...
... can see so many of it's famous sights in one small valley. Bridalveil Falls, Sentinel Falls, Staircase Falls, Yosemite Falls, the Half Dome, El Capitan, Glacier Point. All spectacular and all in one small valley, so it's really doesn't take all that long to see it. The best part is being able to hike in and wilderness camp and get lost in those three million acres. It is beautiful and you can see why Ansel Adams made it a focal point for so much of his ...
... started in Ashland Oregon in 1987. They (Rogue brewery), moved to Newport and opened their pub in 1989. Mom had a double chocolate stout with hazelnut brown nectar. They called it a snickers.....she said it was very yummy! Dad enjoyed the Dead Guy Ale. Thursday mom quit procrastinating her run and on a beautiful morning went for a run and had a workout while dad and I exited quickly to find a Starbucks to avoid any possibility of having to join in her madness. In ...
... Oregon that is different than everywhere we've been. The cliffs are gone, and there are sand dunes along the coast. The little beach towns have given way to gritty old logging towns. It's different.....not bad but different.
We make a few stops at the beaches in this stretch. Laurie is fascinated by the driftwood washed up. The lighthouses are river inlet lighthouses and aren't as pretty or breathtaking as the others. Like ...
Other places to stay in Crescent City
655 US Highway 101 South, Crescent City | 3 star hotelfrom $109
100 A Street, Crescent City | 2 star hotelfrom $74
880 Hwy 101 South, Crescent City | Hotelfrom $86
440 Hwy 101 North, Crescent City | 1 star hotelfrom $73
100 Walton St, Crescent City | 2 star hotelfrom $100
353 L Street, Crescent City | 2 star hotelfrom $70
701 Redwood Highway S, Crescent City | 1 star hotelfrom $56
- Interesting but very old and run-down
- Curly was clean!
- Nice place
1455 Redwood Hwy. S. (U.S. 101), Crescent City | Hotelfrom $67
- Great place on the beach
- All of the above are correct...
- Black mark on this beautiful city
220 M St, Crescent City | Hotelfrom $39