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- Continental Breakfast
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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... the road and risk missing all that amazing scenery we’ve been reading about? Google says that this area enjoys rain all winter, and cool foggy days throughout summer. Two different weather sites tell us the fog has a ‘high probability’ of lifting by noon. Trip Advisor tells us we need to get going otherwise we won’t get a park close to the Sea-lion cave a ways down the coast. That is, of course, if we ignore the reviews ...
... to the other in two miles (apparently). We had booked a hotel for 2 nights with the intention of exploring and perhaps going on a day trip to Brookings where there is more going on. We were given a bus timetable and went on our way to Motel 101. On checking in, it became apparent that the bus timetable said 'Monday through Friday' with no mention of Saturday and Sunday. Concerned, we spoke to the receptionist, only to discover that THERE IS NO PUBLIC TRANSPORT ON WEEKENDS. ...
... ist die Gegend auch noch schöner, da der Wald direkt an der Küste liegt. Das heißt Wanderwege und Straßen durch wunderschöne Wälder mit riesigen Bäumen mit Blick auf das Meer und wenn man Glück hat auch Sichten von Robben, Seelöwen, Waalen... Prinzipiell! Als wir dort waren, sah man an der Küste leider nicht viel mehr als die Hand vor Augen, da es so neblig war. Wir haben uns also auf die Wälder konzentriert, welche glücklicherweise auch ohne das Meer ...
After a relaxed morning, enjoying our usual bagels and waffles for breakfast we headed out to a local Marine Mammal Centre, dedicated to rescue and rehabilitate stranded, sick or injured seals and sea lions found along the coast. We wondered around the facility and saw the many seals in their care. We then continued our exploration around the redwoods, taking scenic ...
... lighthouse was built on an isthmus and is only accessible during low tide. During high tide, the lighthouse becomes inaccessible. It then becomes the most photographed scene along the America's Wild River Coast.
The marina in this town is very interesting. EVERY boat is launched out by pulley's each night to avoid damage from the strong tides.