Economy Inn Florence
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- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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This coastal drive is said by many to be the most beautiful drive on the planet. For us it has certainly lived up to its reputation! Gorgeous, gorgeous vistas overlooking the Pacific, waves gently lapping on golden beaches that stretch as far as the eye can see, or breaking against craggy cliffs elsewhere. Small, rocky islands rise up out of the water at times, some with just a solitary ...
... The grounds is soft, but not mushy. The sun light is peaking in and out of the foliage. Until you cross the highway for the end of the race and instead of a balloon arch like you usually find a sign saying "you are almost there, turn left!" only to find the finish line at the top of a silty sand dune. Rude I tell you, just plain rude!
The awards are really cool though. They look like a sand dollar.
The sun has come out and the race is over. ...
... we are out of the fog and it is a beautiful sight to look down where we have been. It is a very short walk to a Stone Shelter and back to the parking lot.
Our next stop is the Heceta Lighthouse and Bridge. Again, down at sea level it is quite foggy. We hiked up to the lighthouse and took the tour.
At 2:00 we arrived at our Motel in ...
... Jeep and asked if we were up for dinner out…absolutely! Pete declined and we piled into the Jeep after feeding Aragon. We checked out the numerous eating places and settled on Griff’s. We knew they had fresh seafood because Pete had checked it out a few days ago when we were trying to find some fresh fish to buy. The specials of the day were crab cakes, tuna, or tiger shrimp. I want to try the tuna, ...
Of course after promising ourselves a sleep in we woke at 7am, typical! By the time we left Fort Bragg it was mid morning. Our first stop was at the information centre as we left town, funny little man who gave us all sorts of information and gave us a handy dandy little book that when we worked out how it worked helped find all sorts of snippets of good to know stuff on our way up the road. Still sticking to the coast roads at this stage it's a bit ...