Table Rock Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... all the attractions in the area. We talked to the lady at the Visitors Center and she gave us some ideas of where to go in the morning.
The other great thing about Coos Bay is that they have actual restaurants! There were a number to pick from within walking distance, so we chose the TripAdvisor #1 recommended Little Italy restaurant. Hmmm... Italian restaurant, who would have guessed we would pick that? Jody had ...
... rock formations. You truly feel small when riding on the lake amongst these walls of striated rock! While this is not on the magnitude of the Grand Canyon, I felt like this must be a similar feeling to riding in a boat on the Colorado River that goes through the Grand Canyon.
While driving to and from the reservoir, we saw a lot of bicyclists. When we mentioned to others before coming the Bend, this seemed to be a place that everyone wanted to visit, "their favorite ...
... few days. After passing through Eugene, we got on highway 20 and crossed the Cascades. Along the way we passed through Sisters, Bend, and Brothers, Oregon. Some of the passes we crossed were pretty high in elevation. One of the passes was called Stinkingwater Pass. I didn't smell anything stinky. We stayed on highway 20 all the ...
... a board pinpointing the precise location of the 117 ships to founder off the Cape since 1847 (for the captains of which, Cape Disappointment probably didn't quite cut it) and a display outlining the major principles of Wegener's theory of plate tectonics, there was a board headed "FOG". Underneath there were six words: "You can sometimes see fog here." I can tell you I had to have a sit down after that. I'm tempted to pretend that I was having ...
... in three California National parks.
The giant Sequoia Tree grows to a height of 311 ft although can live longer to about 3,200 years.
During our trip north through the National Park we made stops at the Kuchel Visitors Centre where we watched the best educational video i have seen and it took only 5 minutes. The next stop was at the Praire Creek Visitors Centre and there we viewed the biggest Redwood Tree in the park. There we took a tour ...