The Chateau at the Oregon Caves
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Chateau at the Oregon Caves Cave Junction
Welch ein schöner Ort! Die Atmosphäre dieses alten Holzhotels von 1934 ist einfach überwältigend. Wenn ein Zimmer frei ist, sollte man sich das unbedingt gönnen.
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... 1,5 Stunden um überhaupt zur Küste zu kommen, da uns der Weg in unendlichen Serpentinen bergauf und –ab führte. Endlich am Meer angekommen, hatte sich an der nebligen Situation leider nicht so viel geändert, was der felsigen Küste aber auch einen besonderen Charme gegeben hat. Dennoch entschlossen wir uns den Weg auf dem Hwy 1 nach etwa 1 Stunde abzubrechen und zur normalen Autobahn zurückzukehren.
Und San Francisco... Nunja. Das war das erste ...
... tiny RV park that managed to get a crazy amount of RV's into a very, very small area - but turned out to be a very cool stop!).
Our neighbours here were so lovely ...Hi John and Cate if you are reading this - we loved meeting you and had the best time chatting with you both. I know we say it every other blog but the people we have met during this trip have truly made it a fantastic experience and once again, with John and Cate, more friends were ...
Went to the Oregon Caves National Monument, the marble halls of Oregon. The chambers and corridors were formed by groundwater dissolving marble bedrock. Took a ranger-led, 1 1/2 hour tour through the caves, which had a temperature of 44 degrees! Funny story about the caves...our Ranger, Jillian, was pretty uptight and didn't deal with the Sloan and Baright boys very well. She reported us to her supervisor because ...
We set off early after a somewhat sleepless night with zozo waking up every half hour.. (Turns out it wasn't such a bad thing 'cause she slept right through our 8 hour drive :) We took Hwy 1 (known by locals as the PCH) out of San Fran, through posh suburbs, over the Golden Gate Bridge and through some of the most beautiful areas overlooking the Bay Area. Very green at times, coastal desert at others, we meandered through villages ...
... serious drought that has beset California. The rivers here are fueled by all the run off, and this National Recreation Area is home to 9% of California’s supply of run off water, which makes me worry because the rivers are so low and we aren’t even to the hottest part of the year.
We hiked and rode around, picnicked by the river and generally enjoyed the lovely weather – a stomping 88 degrees today. Tomorrow ...