Pacific Reef Resort - Gold Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The drive was much slower today due to the reduced mileage, so lots of stop offs through the redwoods. The drive was great and the trees are insanely massive, huge, enormous or just laughably big, talk about the land of the giants :) This is a great area to holiday - doing San Francisco and up the California and Oregon coast is amazing especially if you love, cycling, camping, walking, hiking, kayaking, horse riding, wind surfing - the list goes on. The brilliant ...
... organised and mature society is to provide support for those unfortunate enough who are unable to provide for themselves and to nurture and encourage ambition and growth in the vast majority who can and want to contribute.
Why do political systems the world over appear to let down the majority? This is not a uniquely US problem.
I have to say that in two weeks in Cuba we met more people who are happy with the job their politicians do ...
... scenic highway. I ran into the German cycling tour group again and was invited to join them. They also had the same feeling about the weather. This may be the last I see of them. I hope to have a down day at Crescent City CA. and also get my bike repaired so I don't need a block of wood to shift my front derailer. ...
... at $21.95 (because that is soooooo much more reasonable than $22). Please do not misunderstand me, it looked like a very nice buffet with quite an extensive variety of tasty items and extremely welcoming staff - I have just seen too many buffets (some people call me spoiled, picky and difficult to please). Then, I turned around and saw the local seafood station - oysters on the half shell, smoked mussels, smoked salmon, tuna, crab claws, shrimp, ...
... within its four walls except heavy equipment and a lumber yard.
After lunch we head down to the marina. Lots of pleasure craft and some commercial fishers. We spot what looks like a lighthouse up on the bluff. Never heard of this light and we have visited the majority of them. As it happens the light is privately owned and operated, the operation of which is certified by the U.S. Coastguard. It is located ...