Clarion Eureka

Address: 2223 4th St., Eureka, California, 95501, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 2223 4th St., Eureka, is near Carson Mansion, Sequoia Park Zoo, Humboldt Bay, and Clarke Memorial Museum.
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      Time Continues to Fly By

      A travel blog entry by fransando on Jan 18, 2015

      3 comments, 11 photos

      ... cough. Rich still has sinus congestion but we are on the mend. I guess that is what happens when your with toddlers who have cough and boogery noses.

      We went to see the movie Unbroken. It was very good. I had already read the book. The movie is well done and deserves to be nominated in the Academy Awards.

      Well, I have written more than enough. Thanks again for following my blog.




      San Francisco - we're passin thru!

      A travel blog entry by trevorrose on Aug 12, 2014

      ... limited for me) were quite amazing! It was all over way too soon and then we were powering on past Sausalito and out of the city. We stayed on the interstate for a couple of hours, passing some small farms and vineyards and then got into the State Forrests again. At Leytonville we came across a huge National Fire Service set up that was absolutely gi-normous! Along a stretch of about 2 kilometres there were hundreds of fire trucks, a few sky-crane heli tankers, dozens ...

      Among the Tall, Tall Trees

      A travel blog entry by orlandoanne on Jun 25, 2014

      27 photos

      ... professor. First on the itinerary was Redwoods National Park Visitor Center, where we saw a film, exhibits and the ever-present gift shop. We also caught our first glimpses of the highly anticipated Pacific coast. We walked down to the water behind the center where the sand was dark gray, formed from volcanic basalt, we were told.

      This area is a ...

      Nothing bigger on Earth

      A travel blog entry by mountainwoman on May 09, 2014

      2 comments, 21 photos

      ... steep backcountry road, we made it to a small parking area that sat atop a 1,000 foot bluff over the Pacific Ocean. There in the surf of the beach, and a little further out, we indeed saw the gray whales! It was a first for all three of us to see whales in the wild, and so many. A mature gray whale grows to about 35 feet in length. They are mottled in color and they migrate up to Alaska in the summer. We also saw some harbor seals lounging on the beach. Funny to ...

      Last day!!

      A travel blog entry by weebles on Sep 17, 2013

      ... held out for change! Joy of joys the campsite has a hot tub!!!! (It's a private camp not a state park) The next day brings quite a lot of stress tying to sell the bikes no one will take them and in the end we pawn them! We're taking the trailer with us and will try and sell it in Arizona or along the way as we are currently on a greyhound at the beginning of a day and a half coach trip....Ben is on hand with an audio book about mushrooms though so it should be over in a flash ...