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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn Arcata
We got what we paid for here. A nice bed, a comfortable room, a typical hotel breakfast in the morning. Nothing too much to distinguish it from any other mid-range chain hotel. It was in a good location just right off the freeway, which is one reason we chose it. It was not new, but it was in relatively good repair.
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Travel Blogs from Arcata
What a shock to walk out the door and see a huge cliff by the hotel. We had no idea what we had driven into. We had a small but adequate breakfast in the small day room and enjoyed a visit with a fellow traveler.
Then on up the coast, I wanted to see ocean. We were stopped by some beautiful maple trees. And then a visit to the Trees of …
... Trees of Mystery, and Fern Canyon. We were charged by a elk and forded three streams on our way to Fern Canyon... we checked into a delightful old hotel on the Plaza at Arcata and enjoyed a sunset shower and rainbow over dinner...
An amazing day.
Given the very poor weather forecast for most of the day, we decided that a bus to Arcata made sense. Prior to that we treated ourselves to a short trip to see our first redwoods in Jedediah Smith State Park where scenes from ET and the Return of the Jedi were filmed. The short trip turned into nearly 25 miles but it was worth it to see the imposing redwoods in the sun and we made it back to Crescent City before ...
... the Golden Gate bridge so set my GPS for there and figured I would find my way, ask somebody or something, once I got closer. When I drove into San Francisco it was pretty exciting; it's a good looking city with the sea in the background. Lovely. And driving over the bridge was great. The first time. Once I got over the bridge there wasn't any city and certainly nobody to ask where to go. My sat nav was still going but when I saw it was taking me back over the bridge I knew something was ...
... the next morning but still had plenty of day ahead of us. We started out heading slighty south down the coast to hike Damnation Creek. The hike was a quick two plus mile, 1,100 foot descent through gigantic old growth Redwoods, across Damnation Creek and along the jagged coast. The sun beamed through the slots created by the towering trees and the forest walls were covered in moss and fungus. There were fallen trees that stretched hundreds of feet with ...