TripAdvisor Reviews Reed Manor Mendocino
Travel Blogs from Mendocino
... dump. While the idea of a sea glass beach was cool, it was sadly mostly picked over by people sitting with large bags collecting the glass. Sunday morning we packed up and visited Headlands Coffee in Fort Bragg to get some cold morning rejuvenation. We made our home in the Russian Gulch campground where the road winds down to a protected bay and our campsite was backdropped by blackberry bushes. At the bay I noticed a man ...
... not meet or exceed expectations. So, although it’s a major bummer, considering the vast landscape and number of miles and stops of this journey, one bummer isn’t too bad.
So “yea” to Wine Country, the Pacific Coastal Highway and the redwoods; and “nay” to the Glass Beach in Fort Bragg; “that’s all I have to say about that” (Forest Gump). Tomorrow it’s Eugene.
... bar that the tourist did wander into. There were all sorts of clever signs around including the signature one....... "So many *****, not enough Richards."
The bartender was full of himself and we had quite a conversation with him. He did tell us some about living and working in Mendocino. They are having some repairs done and he did talk about being in a historical area and what restrictions you have on what you can do to ...
... tend to put up with it. Mendocino also has a lot of these rather odd water towers dotted around, which aren't used any more, but were first put up when people settled here in the 1800s. One water tower per home. The settlers who made their homes here came from the east coast of USA, what is known as the New England area - Connecticut, Maine - and these water towers were common there.
We could see why it had ...
... we drove to the bluffs, then climbed down to get a closer look at sea palms. These are intriguing plants that grow out of rocks in the ocean, swaying with each new wave that comes in. The Stanford Inn features sea palms in some of their dishes.
We got back to the inn in time for happy hour on the deck: a cosmopolitan with fresh juices for Mark and a glass of pinot gris for me. We worked on ...
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