Red Lion Hotel Eureka
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We met up with the rest of out tour party for an "orientation" tour of San Francisco on Wednesday morning. This might have been helpful to them, but totally bewildered me and robbed me of any knowledge of the layout of the city I thought I had. We enjoyed our last day in the city and in many ways we were sorry to be moving on.
Our stop for …
Here, sown by the Creator's Hand,
In serried ranks, the Redwoods stand;
No other clime is honored so,
No other lands their glory know.
The greatest of Earth's living forms,
Tall conquerors that laugh at storms;
Their challenge still unanswered rings,
Through fifty centuries of kings.
"I took about a week...and travelled California properly, having never been out of LA, having been there three times, I'd never seen California itself. I went up to Redding, Northern California, and in Northern California there is a dam which should actually be more famous than the Hoover Dam. It's called the Shasta Dam (it's very near Redding), …
... views. From here the highway again passes through magnificent redwood forests before passing through lovely rural areas and then past the township of Arcata and into Eureka, our stopping place for the night. Our destination was Carter House, a wonderful old building that has been turned into a boutique Hotel in the old part of Eureka. &It was a superb place to stay and dine at after a long days drive and another to follow ...
We left Vegas in a rental car on the morning of the 17th. I think we had certainly had our fill of all the glitz and glamour. I finished the first segment of the blog with a reference to how uptight many of the people in Vegas seem to be. These, of course, are the people visiting Vegas. The people living in Vegas avoid the strip area like the plague and those working there are often non-caucasians. The service help in the restaurants and bars ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRed Lion Hotel Eureka
This Red Lion was much like the one in Redding---very comfortable. Again we were treated to a manager's wine and cheese reception, this time with local cheeses to sample. Very nice!
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