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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in the town of Arcata at around 7:00 and checked into the "Hotel Arcata", which from prior experience, is a great place to stay right off of the square in the center of town. One of the features of the hotel is the adjoining Japanese restaurant, where we feasted on Sushi… a very welcome relief from the regimen of grilled/fried meat, sandwiches, pasta, pizza and occasional salads we’d consumed for the better part of the prior 3 ...
... jumped in Katie's 98 Chevy Cavalier and headed to Arcata to take in the sights and experience the downtown area. One of the (my opinion) best places to go is the plaza located in the center, a one square block park surrounded by interesting shops, bars, restaurants, clothing and furniture stores and curio shops. Naturally, I took my camera along to record some of the people, places and things. Another beautiful day with temps around 70 and ...
... Then I was able to send out the blog from the day before (the reason why it was so late). At about 8 or so, we headed back to the campground and settled in for the night.
What a day!
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... look in the morning light. Passing into Northern California we also drove past the mighty Mount Shasta, a beautiful mountain (actually a dormant volcano) and had a scenic drive across to the coast. Heading up the 101 next to the Pacific Coast, we called it a day at Arcata. Finding a motel (no chance of camping!) we checked into a Days Inn. Following some dinner we enjoyed a warm and comfy evening for an early ...
We had planned to drive a few scenic roads in the area but they are closed off so we settle for walking a little among the trees and taking a scenic drive out to a beautiful ocean cliff on Requa Rd. This is a very narrow windy road that hugs ...