Holiday Inn Express Fort Bragg
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... his exit cut off by visitors to the Glass Beach walking down the path.
After last night's stay at the Timber Cove Inn, nowhere was going to match up.
Let's just say that The Americas Best Value Seabird Lodge wasn't ever even going to try.
Dinner was an epic fail. Fast Pizza or fast Mexican?
Both are just beyond the car park here. Well, we walked past the kitchen of the Mexican, which ruled that out straight away; so Fast Pizza it was.
... First, we went to the south shore, and walked a little, enjoyed taking photos and the beautiful weather. Then we went to see the Sea Lions and their babies. Of course we couldn't get closer to them because that's dangerous... mothers can abandon their pups on the presence of humans. It was a beautiful experience just to sit there and admire nature and biology. Mothers teach their pups how to dive, and how to climb rocks. We were there relaxing for a while before ...
... back to camp we passed a homage to Ken Kasey's FURTHER bus with a poignant reminder on the back that read "Why The Movement Never Got Off The Ground" - because they were all too stoned! If the way marijuana tinges the Black Oak country air is any indication it is a cause and effect that lives on. More accurate, I believe, was the 60s generation arriving at the understanding that the establishment will not be toppled...so let's get stoned.
If you believe the ...
We arrived pretty late in Fort Bragg. We stopped at the first best hotel and were asking for a room. The guy with his strange accent said: "There are two rooms left, aai room on the second floor with whirlpool and ocean view, for 240 dollar, or aai room on the first floor without whirlpool but with oceanview for 150 dollar."
What should I say, we took the cheaper one, but it was kind of a gift, because ...
Today, Rachel and I drove to Fort Bragg. We hiked on a beach and observed seals bathing in the sun. Camping in the area costs $35 and the cheapest motel costs $50, so we decided to experiment with sleeping in the car for a change. To kill time at night, we went to a local brewery. Once the brewery closed (at 9:00), we parked the car near a hospital, attempted to make our seats comfortable, and went to ...