Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Jackson
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Travel Blogs from Jackson
... it rich. Some say this discovery was the one that started the gold rush in 1948. There was no railroad line here like the other towns in the area. When the gold rush died, this town turned to tourism and it is an amazing town with all the old pubs, restaurants and shops. I would really recommend a day trip like this to anyone who is in the area. If we would have continued on another 20 miles, we would have ...
... the world… the trunk of this behemoth is still on the forest floor - some 200 years after it fell. but the future looks good for the giants- after a fire in the early 1900's a huge area was left clear and about twenty babies are to be seen. They are still toddlers in Redwood terms, being only about ten foot across at the base!
after our giant trees comes more gigantic scenery as we are off to Yosemite…watch this space.
... real?!" We hopped back in the car and hit the coastal road, breathing a sigh of relief as we left the vista point. A short drive up the way we saw a sign - "west point beach campground - free wifi, spots on the beach, and hot showers"
WHAAAAAAT?! SOLD ! I ripped into there like a professional stunt car driver, I couldn't believe our luck. But you know that saying - 'if it seems too good to be ...
... of gun use, we understood that owning a gun is used for many different purposes, this being just one. I'm glad we had that experience. It was fascinating, worrying, disturbing and exciting all at the same time.
It was a weekend for firsts! I wrote the following paragraph at 2am laying in the back of our rental car in the party host's car park. I'd gone 27 years and never slept in the back of a car. Dave arrived at 4am, after playing pool with the party's host in his ...
... was closed due to a landslide so to get to our campground in the redwood forest that evening we had to do a 60+ mile detour north to Monterey and then back down south. Apparently the road is closed a lot due to the precarious nature of the road. Still, the whole drive was worth it in the end as the views along Big Sur were simply stunning - crashing surf and sweeping vistas.
I very much enjoyed the purple sand beach just south of the redwood campground and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking