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- Swimming pool
- Smoking rooms available
- Heated pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... higher and went through the redwood forests once more, which are majestic and calming in a different way.
Ferndale, sometimes also referred to as "Cream City", is known for well-preserved Victorian store-fronts on main street and homes throughout the community, which are also known as "Butterfat Palaces," due to their construction wherein considerable wealth was generated in the dairy industry. Many of these buildings date from the 1880s. The entire ...
... me now for this segment of the trip. We rode 330 great miles today...without a single complaint from my trooper wife.
Rising into the mountains we had some great twisties and miles of the beautiful waters of Clearlake just northwest of Sacramento. We finally found a place to have breakfast on the banks of Clearlake and were able to make and take a dozen ONE Ride phone calls. Thank you Billy Gordon and ...
This morning we all slept in a bit and took our time breaking down our tent. We had bagels at a cute local place called Los Bagels - super yum! Then we took off to Arcata, California which is Sarah's old home and went to the really awesome Farmer's Market there. It is huge and in the center of the market is a park and a band. It was really fun hanging out there and seeing the people - plus there were cool hula hoops and the girls love to play with them. Claire even learned how ...
... In the summer of 1926, a well-connected Newton B. Drury (secretary of Save the Redwoods League) invited the Rockefeller family up to the northern California redwoods and arranged for a lavish lunch to be had in the Dyerville Flats. John D. Rockefeller must have had an impressive meal because less than a year later he presented Save the Redwoods ...
... real estate. Here at the roadside, it was a very small apartment made from one log. Pretty cosy though. There was also a gift shop and cafe attached. I took some photos of what was on offer in the shop. I was glad that we'd brought the empty suitcase along with us for the presents for the folks back home. It would come in very handy.
Waiting in the queue for the ladies restroom, (I speak fluent American, you know), an American woman asked Tania if ...