Travelodge Fort Bragg

763 North Main Street, Fort Bragg, California, 95437, United States | 2 star inn
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This 2 star inn, located on 763 North Main Street, Fort Bragg, is near Glass Beach, Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens, MacKerricher State Park, and Ricochet Ridge Ranch.
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    Travel Blogs from Fort Bragg

    Adventures in plumbing...

    A travel blog entry by mallock on Aug 26, 2014

    3 comments

    Hi all, ok I am having fun in America but I do have to make a comment about the taps. We have stayed in about 6 or 7 places now and every single shower is a new adventure. Sometime the taps move up, some times down, the current one moves up and slides around. Seriously can they not make there minds up...sigh..at least we can normally work it out. The accommodation two ...

    Just Passing Through

    A travel blog entry by ralphtrip on Aug 16, 2014

    2 photos

    We went through the Smith part of the Redwood National Forrest and then on down the main Redwood Forrest where we took pictures of largest redwood 222.2 feet in diameter and originally 300 feet high. Spectacular. Then to Fort Bragg after a hair raising trip over 2 mountains on US 1001. In Fort Bragg we had difficulty finding a motel to spend night. Found one but expensive.


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    Glass Beach, the Pigmy Forest and Drunks

    A travel blog entry by hawkinsw on Nov 11, 2013

    2 comments, 17 photos

    In 1906, the town of Fort Bragg was devastated by an earthquake that pretty much leveled downtown, and in particular, the Chinese section of town. To rebuild the town the City Fathers decided to load all the ruble and dump it into the Pacific. Since the buildings were constructed of wood, the sea carried that debris away, the saltwater rusted the metal and what was left was broken glass and pottery. The town continued dumping glass and other refuse into the ocean when ...

    On the Road Again

    A travel blog entry by dianne39 on Jul 29, 2013

    ... us some tips of where to head tomorrow to explore the beaches. When we checked into our room, it was upstairs and the biggest room we've had this entire trip. Even though there is no service on my phone - there is still free wifi in the room! Truly a diamond in the rough - the Pine Beach Inn - definitely recommend it if you happen to be in this area! Looking forward to exploring the beaches and heading to our next stop tomorrow - Coos Bay!

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    -D
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    Hands down the best driving day ever!

    A travel blog entry by 29-ford-model-a on Jul 15, 2013

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... the edge of it. Strange how you remember certain things even after all this time. For the next 100 miles, we passed over some of the most remarkable "twisties" I have ever experienced. I felt like I was driving a go kart the whole way. Left - right - up then down, slowing into the corner's midpoint then on the gas and accelerate out all the time holding on to the steering wheel to keep from ...