Red Lion Hotel Coos Bay
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... told me you can rent a car for $25: lied. To rent the car, however, we needed an American contact number, so I sent Jake down the road for a phone card or cheap burner phone. We were told it wasn't far.. An hour later he returned... I expected a $20 phone card or a $50 MAX burner phone. He was $120 lighter! On contract, too?! He asked for the cheapest phone and I could not believe it. Check the photos to see what monstrosity he returned with. ...
... for my date of birth – only in America or I’m getting younger by the day (wishful thinking here).Today we started with the first visit to a Harley store in Eureka and another later in the day, in Coos Bay. Of course, the first was the purchase an obligatory T shirt and new Fluorescent raingear to replace our existing ones as they are over 8 years old.We drove along the Redwood Highway. Everywhere you looked, these giant trees were everywhere, in all shapes, towering ...
... stopping, I eventually gave up and sat down. Rob was cross. He came to get me and pulled me to the top. The landscape was very barren and desert like. I didn't really like it, it was very hot and exposed. After Rob and I made friends he went for a wander. On the way back Rob toke me to show me the waterskiing lake he used to go to. That evening was not great. After a comment about how much Rob was eating, a family row ensued. It was a long ...
... a gorgeous English Garden right on a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
Our next stops are Devils Wayside, Bullards Beach State Park, and the Coquille River Lighthouse.Finally back to Coos Bay (north on 101), a quick bite to eat at a Burger King and then snacks on our patio overlooking the river. A nice evening following a very busy and interesting day.
... I love traveling, and that is why I really like the quote by Hans Christian Anderson, of “To travel is to live.”
I hope those of you who have found my travel pod blog, have enjoyed my trip. I don’t pretend to be the greatest writer in the world, and my blog doesn’t really spend a bunch of time talking about how I feel. I also do an awful job in the description of things. I do try to provide you a ...