Pacific Reef Resort - Gold Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Pacific Reef Resort - Gold Beach
Travel Blogs from Gold Beach
... a short beach run before joining up with the guys. It was a bit of a comical run as we thought running on the beach would be "fun." We gave up after a few miles and headed back to asphalt for the remainder of the run. We all then headed north to Cape Blanco to visit the westernmost point in the contiguous U.S. We toured the cool lighthouse, but quickly moved on towards Port Oreford to dodge the winds up on the point. There we spent a few hours at Battle ...
... means you can't be bothered to cycle which unfortunately for us is what we have to do for fifty miles. It is grey, foggy and damp which is a shame as we cycle along some of the most amazing coastlines yet with massive rocks and islands all along the water front. We see another grey whale but even that can't lift my spirits much as we made our classic mistake of not eating enough and I'm nearly crying by the time we make it to camp. Starting to see what ...
... people judge you as you arrive at a restaurant or event. I think that is not the case here.
The informality is disarming and can feel odd on occasions, but I think it goes back to the above.
Arrive at a nice restaurant in cut off jeans and a heavy metal tee shirt and no one thinks twice. No judgement is made. Your credit card is as good as the next guy's.
I was pretty rude about parts of the country (to ...
... 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. ...
... sounded fine with me, so I checked in. The front desk staff suggested that I park right beside the lobby doors under the canopy - another bike friendly hotel. As I was unloading the bike, some guests started asking me where I am from, where have I been, where am I going, etc. etc. etc. After a nice chat, one gentleman said that I may not want to ride on Friday as there is a big storm on the way. I checked out The Weather Network app and TV ...