Days Inn & Suites Arcata
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- 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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Travel Blogs from Arcata
... they go to, but anywhere should be better than here!). Hungry and tired, we quickly nipped out for some dinner - but we didn't go far, obviously. We went to a bar a couple of doors down owned by a guy from Lancashire of all places. If I ever see a grilled cheese again it will be too soon. Cannot cope with this much cheese. San Fran has a lot to live up to and so far it is the worst place we have been. Oh. My. Days. It's only for 6 nights. 6 nights. Wish us ...
... go up the coast and head to Seattle, WA so we will get to have more scenic views for another week.
Our stay in Arcata, CA has been fantastic. We got to spend time with our faraway family – Blake, Emilie, Kai (5) and McKinley (2). They were staying in Trinidad which is about 15 minutes from where we were.
Weather here is amazing. It gets in the mid 50’s at night and mid to upper 60’s during the day – ...
... CCC era state park visitor center, where we picked up some maps. Now that we were almost done we could figure out where we'd been. While the Newton B. Drury parkway was nice, it did not seem as impressive as the Avenue of the Giants.
The actual Redwood National Park was adjacent here and I wanted to make an effort to see it so I could add it to the list of national parks I'd been ...
... ended up in Arcata and took a route that goes around Arcata Bay to the Peninsula where there was a recreational area at the end. What amazed me is here on prime property are a pulp and saw mill but they might not consider this prime since it is in a Tsunami area. We walked on the beach in the windy conditions but this beach didn't have any sea stacks (large rocks on beach or in water) and picked up a sand dollar. We traveled across the 3 ...
... took us to a few interesting spots including Sequoia mini zoo where I saw pink flamingoes and a red panda for the first time.
She also took us to a natural history museum where there wss an Indian display of basket weaving which I found interesting.
As our hosts had a prior engagement they arranged for us to go to another Servas lady who gave us a very nice dinner. Most of ...