How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Banquet room
- Concierge desk
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews The Atrium Fort Bragg
Travel Blogs from Fort Bragg
... is 1427 feet, and temperatures have been in the mid-90's (yikes!) during the day, in the mid-50's at night, and sunny. In case some of you are thinking that Dan and I are roughing it in these campgrounds, we definitely are not. I'm attaching several pictures of the inside of our trailer -- you can see we're not suffering! We have plenty of room and plenty of comfort -- life is ...
... camp as we broke camp and cleaned up. Our camp neighbor who had a few kids with him was busy making a hearty breakfast. He generously shared the remainders with us. The kids gulped it down as we talked. He's a hunter and car parts salesman from two hours north of Sacramento. He had his grand kids along. They were a rowdy bunch, running into and out of the forest across the field behind our campsite day or night. We said goodbye and headed south, stopping for brunch in the ...
... beautiful but definitely not enjoyable, plus we discovered our rain gear is not so rain proof after all. Soaking wet we headed to a cafe to warm up and hoped that if we headed to a campsite we might find the means to dry our things and get a good shower. The campsite however did not deliver, with tumble dryers that eat your money, showers that also eat your money and water that tasted like chemicals. Unimpressed, we figured if it was still raining in the morning we would ...
... other dogs to play with.
From Glass Beach we headed south to Jug Handle wildlife refuge to explore a Pigmy Forest. I didn't get the whole pigmy thing. Yes, we saw some stunted trees, but no actual pigmys. Still, a beautiful, mostly deserted beach were we could throw sticks for Sadie and watch her roll in the sand.
Do you know those pictures of the deserted, pristine ...
... had little or no bike lane providing several tense passing situations with cars and trucks. Once the guys got onto Highway 1 in Leggett though the auto traffic dropped off significantly.
Here is a link to Brian's Garmin for the ride.....however the Garmin stopped recording info for about 4 miles / 20 minutes today during the ride.
A sighting of a large ...