Quality Inn & Suites Redwood Coast
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Today the story is about one thing only - giant trees! We left Garberville and our reggae hotel companions and headed to the Avenue of the Giants at Humboldt State Park - a 31mile scenic drive through the most amazing trees. At the first stop we went for a walk through the trees and enjoyed the peace and serenity of the forest and had a chance to …
We drove 260 miles today along I-101 down to Crescent City, CA. I-101 was a very scenic byway that we had planned to drive along all along. We wish we could tell everyone we did something else but driving was the name of the game today.
We hesitantly stopped at a Quality Inn for the night. The last Quality Inn we stayed at didn't end so …
... tide - so we had to make do with taking pictures from the mainland.
However we did get to watch a stunning sunset and to attempt to take some arty pictures of said sunset.
By the time we'd watch that and had a quick snack it was dark - and just before we left the carpark they turned the floodlights on at the lighthouse - so the opportunity to take yet more photos presented itself - and how could we refuse!
... in terms of flat water. And we definitely wanted the flattest water available! As it was, the bar was closed to small boats but we had no problems. Since we had to leave so late we decided it was time to try a night run.
We have been able to hop from harbor to harbor during the days so far on this trip. That was always our plan. We are entering a fun race that goes from San Diego to Cabo San Lucas in late October. ...
... 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 ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed