Days Inn Arcata
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Good Room! Weird setup with 1 queen and 1 double bed. No first floor rooms, parking is on the first floor with elevator up to the room.
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After seeing all the National Park redwoods north of Eureka, today was the day to travel south on the Avenue of the Giants for a more commercialized version of the redwoods. The Avenue of the Giants runs parallel to US-101 for about 31 miles, about 30 miles south of Eureka. As you go further south on the 101, it begins to look more like an …
Today was our first real day of redwood exploration. We saw a little yesterday at the Jedidiah Smith Redwood State Park, but today we were headed down to The Redwood National Park, and the Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park. We left the hotel in Crescent City just after 9:00 so we could stop over at the Redwood Visitors Center nearby for some …
... sausages, and veggies. A salad with homemade vinaigrette accompanied the grilled feast. The CA weather did not disappoint, either. Perfect day to chill outside.
Paul made a bonfire, and the kids roasted marshmallows. The kids continued jumping (& jumping & jumping) while the adults visited. I ended the night eating a piece of Thia's incredible homemade Devil's Food Cake. Nothing like chocolate cake before bed.
... a canopy with out-stretched limps appearing to be holding hands and promenading as my gaze alternated from looking ahead and peering back through the rear-view mirror. OMG - it was that spectacular.
The temporary high however was soon followed by a rather sedate couple of days idling in a hotel room in Arcata. A warm bed, hot shower, freshly washed laundry and some home-cooked style food were just the right combination of ...
... passers by, large groups of people lingering at either side of the street so you had to walk through them, people in doorways. The place is disgusting. I know it's a city, but come on, guys. The best was yet to come. We had to walk 4 very long, very heavy blocks to reach our hotel, 'El Capitan.' Now, I get that we booked cheap, I get that it's an accessible place and that you can't have everything but it is HORRIBLE. It's like, my worst nightmare in ...