The Ship's Inn

Address: 821 D. Street, Eureka, California, United States | Inn
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Location

This inn, located on 821 D. Street, Eureka, is near Carson Mansion, Humboldt Bay, Blue Ox Millworks Historic Park, and The Spa at Personal Choice.
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    Travel Blogs from Eureka

    San Francisco - we're passin thru!

    A travel blog entry by trevorrose on Aug 12, 2014

    ... rivers would have looked amazing with a bit more flow. Arrived in Eureka, a busy fishing port, quite late and managed to get a couple of rooms at a central motel. The town is smallish, with a few timber mills as well as the fishing fleet and some dairy farms. Across the road from our motel was a nice hotel with a great bistro and we enjoyed a couple of beers to wind down before our dinner. It's been another very interesting day on the road - such a variety of sights and ...

    Among the Tall, Tall Trees

    A travel blog entry by orlandoanne on Jun 25, 2014

    27 photos

    ... Site Biosphere Reserve with great diversity of life, including the banana slug we spotted on the Prairie Creek Trail. Ray led us along the trail, sharing a lot of interesting facts about the coastal redwoods, scientific name Sequoia sempervirens (ever living). The coastal redwoods can live up to 2000 years and only in a narrow strip along the Pacific Coast of California and a bit ...

    Its all about SEALS !!!

    A travel blog entry by griesenj on May 20, 2014

    25 photos

    Today's field trip was to see some seals. And we sure weren't disappointed. To make this trip, all we had to do was jump in Katie's car and drive for about 8 minutes. We walked down an asphalt walkway that turned into a sandy slope with occasional timbers across the pathway. Near the bottom it turned into all sand and on a wide expanse of a rocky/sandy beach.
    We planned to arrive during low tide where there is ...

    One of the highlights of the holiday

    A travel blog entry by tomanderson on May 10, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... turned onto the Avenue of the Giants. These redwoods are awesome. Nothing prepares you for the scale of these trees. As you drive through the forrest, you are dwarfed by these ancient wonders. The drive through the tree was so cool although I should have folded the wing mirrors before doing it. Note the sign which puts its age at 2400!!!! Almost your age Martin!!! By the way that was the second time ...

    From Low to High, Wet to Dry

    A travel blog entry by mmlivelife2011 on Nov 20, 2013

    22 photos

    ... face and pretty soon the whole check out area was in hysterics. The point being the people working in Vegas, tend to be courteous and friendly- I think they have to be to survive.

    Anyway, we left on the morning of the 17th figuring the best way to get grounded after Vegas was to search for the lowest point, so we headed straight for Death Valley. It is located only a couple of hours due west of Vegas and the park itself is ...