Front Street Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFront Street Inn Crescent City
Love this place! Cheap, clean, great view! This is the second time I've stayed here, and I plan to stay here whenever I'm in the area exploring the redwoods.
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Ok new day new adventure, the last motel was decidedly average and greeted in the morning from the Manager with a towel wrapped around him immmm .. so onward..
The drive out of Ft Bragg was very pretty - Mackerricher State Park, all Redwoods but babies with wots coming up. if you want to get somewhere quickly this is not the way, tight & …
... as the tide was coming in. Another 45 min., and we would have been stuck on the island!
Just down the beach was a grassy area with a large playground which Annie and Wesley loved! They played for an hour while I talked to my mom. Rees went to the visitor center and picked up medicine at Walgreens.
We ate lunch at Chart Room Restaurant, a seafood place overlooking Crescent City Harbor. The clam chowder ...
... for lunch. We were lucky that it had unused outdoor tables and were able to bring Maggie out of the car to sit wiyh us. Good food -- I had a very tasty bbq chicken wrap. In spite of our long drive, we took an alternative rod that brought us down the Avenue of Giants, a rod twisting through a redwood forest. Unbelievably huge! The ...
... around fishing for salmon. Most of the good river fishing around here is for salmon, not the trout and bass we are used to in the east.
Tomorrow we are off to see the redwoods. Tomorrow we will visit the National Park and State Parks as we head down to Eureka. Sunday, we will be checking out the Avenue of the Giants!
151.7 miles today
10,859.4 miles total
4.784 gallons today
259.143 gallons total
... forest in the world, and it is magical. Almost fairy-tail magical. These giants aren't as big around as the Sequoia, but some tower almost 400 feet into the air. Almost all sunlight was blocked from our campsite and giant ferns grew everywhere. Long green moss hung from all the tree limbs and short velvety green moss covered the forest floor and the rocks and stumps. The infamous Humboldt Fog would roll in late every afternoon. This thick, daily fog,the ...