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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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... picked up the rental car and pointed it north once again. Two hours later we found ourselves looking at Dottie sitting all alone and depressed in a storage lot. She was dusty and full of chalky streaks. She looked sad. I had scheduled a day of maintenance, as I had no idea what I was in for after letting the old girl sit for eights months. I figured at the very least I would have to jump start her. At worst there would be critters that found a way in and took up residence. ...
... in nature, rock formations jettison out from the dark blue choppy waters. The Goonies rock, officially known as haystack rock, is host to various and plentiful types of seabirds including the puffin. A marine life assortment of sea urchins, muscles and a bountiful supply of rock covered barnacles thrives at the famous rock's base. In addition to being another fun Hollywood movie site, it was a quaint little beach town and refreshing beach walk worth the visit. After ...
It was a long day of driving but well worth the extra hours the sights were amazing. We didn't end up spending time walking around the Seaside city this morning as it was raining and grey so we headed out early. The weather was nasty but after a couple of hours we really started to see some amazing sights. There are so many small towns along the coast line each town is filled with small art shops, ...
... can be found in the Pacific Northwest and finally came on the beach area. Looked like some homeless people had set up a camp, but no one was around. Dogs enjoyed the water then we headed back toward the VERY small berg of Klamath---about 5 business buildings. We stopped at a place where a couple had carved a large hole in a giant redwood so cars could drive through. This was done MANY years ago as today there is NO way the environmentalists would ...
... discovered North America they
were seedlings!). The drive consisted of
short stretches of sunny hilly turns, then complete shaded rain forest
stretches where the Redwoods engulfed the midday sun.
Our campsite was in Redwood National Park, called Jedediah
Smith Campground. The Redwood forest is
very magical. It has an out of this
world vibe to it- almost as if a huge beast from the movie Avatar could jump
out of ...