Arcata/Eureka Holiday Inn Express
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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Nice hotel. Big room and bathroom. Very clean. attractive lobby.
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With the beauty of the Russian River Valley in our rearview mirror we headed north. Our destination was McKinleyville, CA to stay with my life long friend Bjorn. The drive through the Redwood forests was gorgeous. We took our time making it to McKinleyville. We stopped at Bigfoot Land (or something to that effect), which was a wood carving/convenience/souvenir shop in the middle of the woods with a gigantic carving of the legend himself greeting visitors as ...
... place people stand in line for. They made the food to order and it was great. I had cod and marionberry pie. It was an Oregon feast and I left stuffed and happy. We drove south through the woods, passing miles of scenic offshore megaliths. We came to the wild and wide Rogue River, a famous getaway for Oregonians. The town of Gold City is nearby. As I drove by town I noticed below us in the ocean a large black parasail circling around. It seemed odd so I went down to the beach for ...
Our third day in McKinleyville, CA; Katie and Luke (Katie's boyfriend/room mate) are finishing up finals so we kept ourselves rather scarce so as not to be a bigger study diversion than we already are.
We took a couple of short trips to local wildlife refuges and the Pacific Ocean - this area really is beautiful and so full of interesting ...
... I (we) packed up and headed back to the main road (Highway 101).
Highway 101 is a secondary artery through northern California. Interstate 5 is the primary. Our intended destination required us to take 101 for about 200 miles as I-5 is much further west. US Highway 101 follows a hilly path, often winding serpentine (thanks Randi) style through the absolutely beautiful countryside. The panorama before you ...
... west until we made it to the Pacific Ocean just south of the Oregon border in the town of Eureka. This is Redwood country. These giant trees grow upwards of 350 feet tall, some with a circumference of over 60 feet! The average life span is between 600-800 years but it is not uncommon for some to survive to an age of over 3,000 years old. Amazing. And they are surviving in a totally different climatic system then what we just left. Unlike ...