Days Inn & Suites Arcata
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn & Suites Arcata
A 2-storey setup with about 30-40 rooms. Rooms are big and clean, although it looks a bit old. The front desk is very friendly.
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... who lived directly opposite a rather enticing golf course. Empty as ever. Wendy and Michael have welcomed many Warmshowers travellers in the past, so it was business as usual for them and they went about their evening duties as if we lived there all the time. They also share the house with two other people, so there was a bit of a commune feel about the place. We were just about to inquire about using a pot ...
... t feel like taking it.
So, on up the road to the ocean, which we met at False Klamath cove. It was just so wonderful to see wide open spaces and hear the ocean roar after so long amidst the somewhat claustrophobic and quiet forest. We walked the black sand beach, looked out at the little islands of sea stacks and enjoyed the waves.
There are other Redwood ...
... surrounding it. After lunch we went back to Bjorn’s house and did some (okay a lot) of prep work for our fantasy draft the next morning, ate another late lunch and drank a few beverages.
The next day was one I had been waiting for since mid December, our fantasy football draft. Kaitlyn and I got up early, took Bjorn’s roommate’s dog for a walk and tried to get some coffee and then returned to set up our respective drafting ...
We enjoyed breakfast on the balcony with a sea view before taking a walk along the cliff tops. At noon our road trip continued on towards Arcata. We enjoyed many stops along the way to break up the journey and give Rach an excuse to take more photos bringing her grand total to 3000. We stopped at Glass Beach in Fort Bragg before enjoying lunch at the Mackerricher State Park. Lunch ...
... we parked in downtown Arcata, but actually we were only a few blocks off campus. HSU is located along US 101, and is nicknamed HSU another name "Hills and Stairs University" for all of the hills between buildings. We arrived next to the stadium and Katie departed to get suited up in her cap and gown and we headed for the football field.
After looking at the sun angle, we decided to sit on the visitor's side and found ...