Gardenia Motel

Address: 119 L Street, Crescent City, California, 95531, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 119 L Street, Crescent City, is near Trees of Mystery, Redwood National Park, Battery Point Lighthouse, and Klamath River.
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Travel Blogs from Crescent City

Day 53, Saturday, October 3, 2015

A travel blog entry by jessdaw on Oct 03, 2015

22 photos

... amp; chips were terrific! We saw sea lions on the nearby docks. Next, we drove to Enderts Beach trailhead. We hiked down the bluffs to Enderts Beach. What a gorgeous spot! We climbed on top of a natural bridge (formed by a huge hollowed-out rock), then climbed down to go under the natural bridge (arch). The tide was still rising, so we had to time the waves properly to run under the arch without getting wet! We were careful ...

Day 27 - Crescent City, CA

A travel blog entry by mbwatrous on Jul 25, 2015

... acted up for a bit but even if working perfectly, it couldn't possibly capture their scope. We did get a couple of good pictures at Benbow Inn, a quick stop we made before the trip down the Avenue. We arrived quite late at our hotel - the silver lining to that cloud was thst the highway ran along the Pacific Ocean and the sunset views were ...

Day 54 - Final Ride Down The Oregon Coast

A travel blog entry by rickr53 on Jul 16, 2015

46 photos

... a couple of waysides along the way, including a Botanical Garden that we decided to skip. But the best wayside was a place called the Simpson Reef Overlook as it was home to seals and sea lions. As we pulled into the parking lot, we could hear the noise from the seals and sea lions over the sound of the bike stereo, and we play it loud!
The reef itself was just a little too far away to see the seals and sea ...

Yosemite, Redwoods, Beaches &"the Humboldt Fog"

A travel blog entry by carolyn_frick on May 06, 2015

2 comments, 55 photos

... and about 100 inches of rainfall a year have allowed these giants to be over 2,000 years old and still growing. Like the Sequoia, their really thick bark ( a foot or more) protects them from insects, fire, and rot. If you're camping under them (like we're were) and a windstorm comes up, you have to get out. A falling limb, called a widow-maker, can weigh a thousand pounds or more. These forests are also home to a wide variety of bird and animal life. ...

"Life Moves Pretty Fast"

A travel blog entry by rose4 on Apr 27, 2015

3 comments, 15 photos

... on our picnic table here- will go to bed saying prayers for those in our hometown of Baltimore. With no television, we've heard through friends and family how awful the rioting is, and how dangerous the city has become. Stay safe, those in ...