Harbor Lite Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Fort Bragg
Det tar några dagar att ställa om kroppen och hjärnan.. Pga tupplur igår em (A) så vaknade vi båda kl,05.00. Det fick bli lite läsning i väntan på dagen och frukost, som den här dagen var delvis inhandlad igår. Vi kom givetvis iväg tidigt och satt sikte på 'Fort Bragg'. Först SFO …
... tend to sneak and steal the prettiest little glass pebbles as souvenirs. Anyways, we walked, took photos, enjoyed the views... found treasures and all! I found a Sea Lion and her pup and she turned for my camera when I whistled to her. So nice big little animal!
One important stop was the Mendocino Chocolate Company... I tried to be as fast as possible in order to not to be as fat as possible! They have a lot of delicious little surprises in there... a highlight ...
... had to stop and strip a few layers off. At Leggett we road through a large redwood tree it cost us $3 for the privilege. The road from Fort Bragg to Leggett was the best bit. We never did find the unpaved road that Is shown on our map but who cares it was a great days riding. North California is just fantastic in so many ways and ...
... limits ("no McNeill, you can`t work on the puzzle until 2am, how about midnight instead").
One thing we have been putting some time into is figuring out our summer plans. We are still excited to explore north of here, into Oregon and Washington. We also are on the hunt for summer jobs, somewhere in the Northwest (Ha, that narrows it down).
Tomorrow we head to San Fran for the night with Lu and Terry (Terry has an appointment and we are her ...
... priced motel in town (and it was still quite expensive!), and after calling them, they don’t have room for a family of five anyway. However, clicking on a "search in surrounding areas" button brings up a heap of accommodation in Fort Bragg – only another 15 minutes north, and it is also much cheaper. We find out later that Mendocino has become an exclusive “resort” town, so it was lucky we didn’t stop there ...