Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... on. This was a blessing as it was getting late and Crescent City was still many miles away. The suggested scenic side route off the 101 didn't help - it was like cycling in the Yorkshire Dales. Thankfully, the last 15 miles through farmland were pancake flat. The landscape was in stark contrast to the undulating coastline we'd had for most of the last three weeks. Not quite as interesting but with dusk ...
We were heading north to the Redwoods and decided for a full day lay over in the Napa Valley region. We started with a picnic in the central square lawn area of Sonoma, stopped by a winery in Napa Valley for a quick tour, then headed outside of St. Helena to set up camp at Bothe Napa Valley State Park. We got a text from our friend Corey who lives in town, so we headed over for happy hour and hung out with him ...
... up the highway to Klamath, the 'Trees of Mystery', a famous tourist attraction even the locals love. We were first greeted by a talking giant at the front gate, no he wasn't Nathan's height, he was much much taller! We then followed the walking track observing a whole variety of trees with amazing growth patterns. One tree presented the shape of an elephant. Another tree had a gap underneath Rach successfully managed to crawl ...
... tomorrow we can go out and explore this area. This campground has a section of Redwood trees. There are cabins and small campsites within the redwoods. It is very pretty in this section but absolutely no sun comes though because of the trees. Our RV is a little to long for this section, but I am glad as our campsite has a lot of sun and light. The campground also has a small pet farm, they have sheep and chickens, Chuckie didn't know what to think of these animals, very ...
Today we got to the redwood forest and went for a walk through the trees. The redwoods were so huge and it was brilliant climbing up the roots and balancing on the trees. The first shore landing was made in 1775 but the settlements came in 1850 with gold miners. The settlement needed wood so they started cutting down the redwoods to make their houses. By the end of the 19th century the extra railroads made a huge ...