Holiday Inn Express Fort Bragg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Although we had not booked accommodation for this section of the trip, we did have a plan. Looking back, we were about 3 hours south of where we wanted to be. Then again, we knew we had to be in Portland by a certain day, and to save time, we could always go inland onto the bigger highways or the interstate, so we weren't too worried.
... multi story Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox out front. It's a tourist attraction that includes a walk through some redwoods and spruce trees of note. In the past decade they've added a gondola ride up the mountain. Yes, it's touristy....but not cheezy like "Legend of Bigfoot" that we saw later in the day. Admission was 15 bucks......so we splurged.
The walk through the woods was actually quite interesting. We saw ...
... starfish. No one minds stepping on toes and they expect you not to care about it either. But I am a Midwesterner. We don't look at each other directly in the eye when we speak. We talk at 90 degree angles, even with family members. We aim to not step on toes. The Californians are a strange group. We were in a Denny's in a Eureka this morning and I felt like I was in the game "Guess Who?". People had on hats, distinctive hairstyles, big costume jewelry, donned interesting ...
... snoring kayakers there on a convention, who got up at 6am and started talking at the tops of their voices. It also started raining to we abandoned the rest of the day and instead went to check out the asian art museum in the city and having a relaxed evening in.
All week we did different day trips; I finished off my dance classes at ODC, we spent a day at a local national park, we went to an evening at the Exploratorium interactive science museum and a day at the De Young ...
In 1906, the town of Fort Bragg was devastated by an earthquake that pretty much leveled downtown, and in particular, the Chinese section of town. To rebuild the town the City Fathers decided to load all the ruble and dump it into the Pacific.
Since the buildings were constructed of wood, the sea carried that debris away, the saltwater rusted the metal and what was left was ...