BEST WESTERN Country Inn
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of BEST WESTERN Country Inn
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Country Inn Fortuna
Travel Blogs from Fortuna
A nice flat route on the 101 and before we knew it we were in Eureka. This was the first proper town we had seen for quite some time. Bricks and everything. It has a famous 'old town' with Victorian houses and quaint stores. Accordingly, we spent a little too long looking around and then in the motorcycle cafe where we finally succumbed to the ubiquitous pumpkin latte. A strong headwind and road work (no 's' ...
... black bear, Dandelion the baby African Lion, Todd the fox, Carl the caracal, a ferret, a skunk, an oppossum, and a coatis. They were soft and so cute. Dandelion climbed on the girls' laps. We were hoping to sit longer with each one, but there were too many other people wanting a turn.
The goats were aggressive. They knew people had ice cream cones with food and wanted them. Two of the goats were fighting each other while we were in ...
... out her place (drive by) then went to a campground about a mile away.
The White Widow RV Park is the closest RV park to Katie's place and had checked it out on-line. The reviews, for the most part, were not flattering, but we're only there for a couple of days and that would just be to sleep overnight. We got checked in and the old codger manager (who had been described as "mean" and "nasty") lived up to his ...
... early evening to be presented with our personal mini redwood tree, which is now Andy's new gardening project!!
Next day we headed through Redwood National park, home of biggest trees in the world.
Obtained our Intrepid Drive Badge by, an 8 mile dirt track road, avoiding landslides sighing wild elk, negotiating two fast flowing creeks.
Trek through Fern Canyon and Gold Bluffs Bay. (see Christina's Gandolf ...
... so darn beautiful. So once I left Muir Woods, then it was like 4 or 4:30 and you know what happened from there. Although one thing I will say is that these back winding roads are so crazy that you have to go like 20-35 mph on them, but the speed limit is 55!!!! WHAT?! If you went 55 on those roads you would shoot yourself off the cliff or smash right into it! What are these people thinking?! Insane I tell you. Insane.
I also saw Calla lilies growing ...