Anchor Beach Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
TripAdvisor Reviews Anchor Beach Inn Crescent City
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... we could hike back to it and explained to Rees where to find the trailhead. Amazingly, we found it! (The trail was not easy to spot – it is off what looks like a normal pull-out on Rt. 199.)
We asked a couple we saw on the trail if we were going the correct way. They confirmed that we were, but told us that the bridge across the Smith River was out of commission, so we’d have to turn around before arriving at the grove. Just then, a girl ...
... teddies in the van, Rodger agreed that it was soo worth it. We all loved getting to see so much that we probably wouldn't have seen otherwise - even if for just a few hours at each place. What a treasure we will all have! So thankful to Rodger's mom for making this possible for us - this is a trip that NONE of us will forget. And it's really only about halfway through . . . more adventures at the beach and on the way home. ...
... out whether it's just the people we meet on our travels are always so nice and friendly, or whether people in general are just nicer and friendlier than we are told to expect, but so far, almost everyone we've met has been very nice. They always wish us luck and safe travel on our trip.
After our delicious lunch, it only seemed appropriate to work off some of the calories with a little hike. There were ...
... other local attractions including the oldest saloon in California, the Iron Door. It was cool and had great food. Finally, the next day we headed into Yosemite. Sun shining, all traces of snow mostly gone. Yosemite is a beautiful valley filled with waterfalls and grand peaks. Three million acres of the Sierra Nevada Wilderness. It has four distinct areas; the High Sierra, the Granite Cliffs, some Sequoia Groves, and the Valley. I was surprised though ...
... and spectacular. Haystack rocks and crashing waves abound. We're driving along cliffs far above the ocean where we can see for miles in either direction. We decide to make our last stop of the day and take a walk on the beach.
The beach is strewn with driftwood and stones. On the east coast, a stream will feed into a river or sound, then into the ocean. Here, a freshwater stream runs directly into the Pacific ocean. A young ...