Best Western Plus Northwoods Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We decided to switch the schedule up a bit on Monday. We were supposed to have breakfast and then go to the Winchester Mystery house in San Jose; however, after I looked at some of the reviews, it was a so-so place, and it had no air-conditioning, so we decided to instead explore San Francisco.
Our hotel was only minutes away from the …
... the birds of prey made up for it. We arrived at our third Warmshower in the dark. This time it was a church hall and we would be sleeping on the sofas with no curtains and and a couple of outside lights, with strict instructions to call 911 if any homeless decided to park themselves outside... We met Daniel, who had been staying there for over three weeks after being knocked down at the traffic ...
... for the night.
The drive to the Redwoods was beautiful and we were ready for 4 nights with the trees. Before we were even able to check in we pulled over to watch the heard of elk graze in the main field outside of the visitor center. Siena and Owen were pretty pumped to see these elk up close and in the wild. Our campsite was quietly located in the back corner with lots of privacy. The kids were ...
... poor old Nathan had no chance of achieving due to his height! It was then time to catch the sky-rail up the mountain through the forest canopy to enjoy panoramic views of the trees varieties. Once at the top we could enjoy breathtaking views of the forest and pacific ocean from the observation deck. After returning on the sky-rail we continued along the walking trail passing fascinating artistic tree sculptures of animals, faces, ...
... redwood trees so they got cut down. When the miners arrived there was 2,000,000 acres of redwood and now there is only 120,000 left so the government declared it a national park to stop the woodcutting. In prehistoric times the redwood family was everywhere, but because of the ice age they could only survive in three isolated places, in each place the redwoods grew differently. The one we saw (the coast redwood) ...