Red Lion Hotel Redding
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRed Lion Hotel Redding
Our room at Red Lion was nice and well-equipped. The bathroom had two sinks which we like. The beds were quite comfortable. The manager had a wine and cheese reception for us soon after our arrival; that was lovely surprise. Breakfast was a little better than average.
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Breakfasted with Dan and Judi, George and Susan …
... NEVER live in Shingletown, ever. We stopped at the lone tavern/ restaurant/ pool hall/bar in town. I ordered a chili cheeseburger from the part pony tailed, part head shaved young man with the personality of a rusty nail, hoping that I would not later develop colon blow. He begrudgingly fetched a frozen patty from the freezer, which by the way was in the rundown, my-cushion seat-was-ripped 'dining' area, threw it on the counter next to ...
mark explained we were form a place where this was normal and no problem but he was having none of it.
detention over off we set.
after lakes more mountains and don onto flooded plain, very spectacular.
lost following the super google maps again and eventually headed for yesemeti national park
fuel was a big problem on this stretch and stayed at Redding.
Finally left Oregon and entered Northern California. Drove along the coast thru the Redwoods National Park. Entered a trailhead off the side of the road and admired the massive trees for about an hour. The boys also enjoyed climbing some standing and fallen trees. What amazed me about this area was the intense mist coming from the Pacific Ocean into the forest. Apparently some of the larger ...
... at the bottom. Sounds neat, but again due to global warming, there wasn’t much ice left to see. Apparently, 50 years ago it was feet thick in places.
While we were leaving one of the early caves, one gentlemen mentioned going in Merrill Cave – it was so cold inside that he thought his hand would freeze to the railings. E heard this and decided that she wanted to go to the Frozen cave. THEN she decided ...