Harbor Lite Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... spent most of our day reading and napping in the sand. And today, Tuesday, we made our way into an area known as Bodega Bay. We again had a cloudy and cold day but the drive was beautiful as we continue to follow the winding Highway 1 along the coast of steep cliffs and occasional beaches. After setting up camp in the Bodega Dunes area, a sandy spot, we spent most of the day in town. We sat on the patio overlooking the bay at a ...
Day 14, Our visit with Louis was so enjoyable, but with the next day, came with the anticipation of being near our half-way destination of Eugene, OR – Kathy and Shawn’s home, and our pre-family reunion time there before the families start dribbling in, one-by-on. We left San Francisco with another recommendation to take the scenic route and so we did.
We were quickly into Wine Country and the scenery changed from the ...
... Facebook, as it regularly has cool and quirky pics and stories from our weird and wonderful world. The story goes that after years of dumping garbage into an area of coastline near the northern part of the town, the glass rubbish has worn down into smooth pebbles, creating a translucent, multicoloured beach. However, as we found out to our dismay, Glass beach has been stolen!! Years of visitors taking a souvenir has cleaned up the ...
... called Windsor just off highway 101, and found a place called "Johnny Garlic's" for dinner. Turns out it's owned by the Food Network's Guy Fieri - and the food was delicious! Brian had antelope steak with a blueberry demi glaze and I had shrimp scampi - we left full and felt like we had found another gem of a restaurant.
On the way to Fort Bragg, we took a turn on highway 20 and ended up taking this beautiful windy highway through a forest ...
... old car struggling to keep up. White knuckle all the way in. So we got a late start today leaving South San Francisco at 10:30. We worked our way through San Francisco toward the Golden Gate bridge. The streets and homes are built into the hillsides so up and down they change elevation. This part of San Francisco is not what you typically see in the movies or TV shows. The homes are packed tightly ...