Anchor Lodge Motel

Address: 32260 North Harbor Drive, Fort Bragg, California, 95437 , United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 32260 North Harbor Drive, Fort Bragg, is near Glass Beach, Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens, Ricochet Ridge Ranch, and North Coast Brewing Company.
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      Travel Blogs from Fort Bragg

      Night 21: Mendocino Coast

      A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 13, 2014

      3 photos

      ... starfish. No one minds stepping on toes and they expect you not to care about it either. But I am a Midwesterner. We don't look at each other directly in the eye when we speak. We talk at 90 degree angles, even with family members. We aim to not step on toes. The Californians are a strange group. We were in a Denny's in a Eureka this morning and I felt like I was in the game "Guess Who?". People had on hats, distinctive hairstyles, big costume jewelry, donned interesting ...

      Making the most of our last few weeks here

      A travel blog entry by eloiseanddaniel on Feb 11, 2014

      ... snoring kayakers there on a convention, who got up at 6am and started talking at the tops of their voices. It also started raining to we abandoned the rest of the day and instead went to check out the asian art museum in the city and having a relaxed evening in.
      All week we did different day trips; I finished off my dance classes at ODC, we spent a day at a local national park, we went to an evening at the Exploratorium interactive science museum and a day at the De Young ...

      Glass Beach, the Pigmy Forest and Drunks

      A travel blog entry by hawkinsw on Nov 11, 2013

      2 comments, 14 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 ...

      Our SAG team is THE BEST!

      A travel blog entry by mcshea on Aug 05, 2013

      4 comments, 7 photos

      ... the famous One Long House. It took 8 months of hard labor to hollow the 42 ton section into a room 7x32 feet. The house went on tour in its early years and remains attached to its original trailer today. A really fascinating feat.

      The ride was the longest of the trip and with the most climbing.... A total of 5500 feet of climbing across almost 70 miles today. The riding was scenic and challenging....numerous parts of today's ...

      Up the Coast

      A travel blog entry by h.o.t. on Jun 18, 2012

      17 photos

      ... 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 ...