Best Western Sandman Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We are leaving tomorrow(Thursday) morning. This is a driving trip. We are taking the Infiniti because its much more comfortable on a 4500 mile trip. We are driving to Sedona, Az. for the second night of the ...
... was the Dyerville Giant. This redwood was 362 ft tall and 1600 yrs old when it fell in 1991. When it fell a neighbor a mile away reported hearing a large crash and thought it was a train wreck. It weighs about 1 million lbs. so no wonder it was loud! After we got to the end of the Avenue of Giants, we got back on the 101 and drive about another 40 miles south to the town of Leggett, where we saw ...
... 8217;t work.
“Well, there’s really nothing I can do.” “You can’t take cash?” “The computer won’t allow it.” “Can you just input a credit card number? Do you need the card present?” “I’d need the consent of the cardholder.”
******* hell, I thought I was in Little Britain: “Computer says no.” Needless
to say, I was ...
... of the hot water to the lake that our room overlooked. Everything was incredible! I never knew having no electricity could be so great. I will forever miss that place, and the kitten! I will also never forget the chameleon I got to hold."
Patrick: "This was the most incredible experience, and my first time traveling outside of the country.
The entire Ndali lodge had the most incredible atmosphere, view, food ...
... mountains just beyond with snow on top; it must have hit last night.
A rainbow up ahead, a welcome sign? I was deceived; it didn’t welcome me, it pounded hard, rain as thick as thieves, the mountains closed together leaving space for just the road; then up ahead the sign, I-5, enter here. Two hours gone by now.
I needed gas. The Gorman exit, a little spot tucked in a ravine; the snow came down, wet and ...