Cleone Gardens Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... ina Thai hole in the wall on the main street...
Tho most any Brazilian would hate it here, its very cold, and the water is impossible to stand in even for a few minutes... as it is very cold. The waves are impressive.
Tomorrow we head back to LA... and Sa************* back to the Terra de Nunca.
Its good here.
Night 21: Mendocino Coast From Orick to Fort Bragg, CA Today we drove 170 miles south mostly through redwood forests and along high-cliffed coastline. Weather changed with proximity to the coast. It started a bit overcast and cold and then away from the sea we got up to 93. Back at the coast it was in the 60's. We are camping close enough tonight to hear the harbor entrance horn and ship bells so it's cool here. Skies are clear and full of stars. It's 11pm. We came in kind of ...
We decided to write down all the things we wanted to do in our last few weeks in California so we would leave feeling we'd done almost everything.
The main one was a road trip north this time, to see the redwood forests and go hiking, as well as seeing some more beautiful coastline. Kyra had loads of great advice of places to go and we started by spending a day with her in Marin county, hiking on Mount Tamalpais and spending time on the beach in a hippie town called Bolinas. ...
... 1 on the way into Fort Bragg. Without their stop today the guys would have suffered big time and they know that they owe the gals....big time! It was even more important today as the riding and traffic was more challenging than any day of the ride so far.
Along with making sure the guys didn't get hypothermia, Sharon and Julie visited the One Log House. This is a gigantic 2100 year old redwood that was hollowed out in 1946 ...
... change, is that after 85 years, Neldoms has closed and the workers have reopened the bakery themselves under the name; "A Taste of Denmark". Well, as far as Jess could tell, nothing has changed, bar the name. The kids each got chocolate croissants, Jess a cinnamon pull-apart bun and Tim a cheese danish. They were light, just the right amount of sweet and rich with the correct blend of flavors to make each bite; oh so ...