Travelodge Crescent City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the legend of Paul Buyan. In addition, there is a gondola ride (called the Sky Trail) which takes you 600ft. above the ground among the tops of the trees and gives you stunning views from the top. Some of these trees are hundreds of years old. The Indians called this place 'a place of spirits'. You can almost feel the spirits.....you will definitely be overwhelmed by the unusual redwoods which have adapted ...
... need to buy it fresh or go to Asia since most of the catch is exported. I walked a few blocks of the downtown area. Like so many other small towns, many of the businesses had closed up shop for good. It's sad. I browsed the Black Cat Antique Mall and found a vintage bone bead necklace that I want to have reworked into an updated treasure. I was getting hot and itchy from the rash so I wandered on back to the baby house to wake up Bud and ...
Crescent Beach Motel- beach views!
Highlights: the stunning drive- the massive sands dunes from Florence to Coos Bay, Cape Arago where we spotted harbour seals, California sea lions, stellar sea lions and brown pelicans, lunch in sweet little Bandon, the rainy drive from Bandon to Crescent City- stunning cliff drop route. Seeing grey whales in the morning from our ...
... up and sometimes send a spout into the air. This little hole was called Thor’s Well.
One last stop on the coast was made so that we could see some seals. On the coast next to Sea Lion Cove we were able to get a glimpse of three wee seals swimming around in the surf. I am sure that they were on the hunt for dinner but it just kind of looked like they were playing around to me. I am glad we made the stop and that the animals decided to make an appearance. At this place ...
... way to camp (basic being no laundry or WiFi). They also offer areas for hikers and bikers at a very reasonable $5 (Canada would benefit from these more affordable options for those travelling purely by muscle power, rather than the steep $40 fee for Provincial parks, payable by RVs and campers alike). The parks are also equipped with stern notices warning campers to 'Keep food locked in your vehicle' overnight due to theft by raccoon's........um, not so ...