Ocean Breeze Lodge
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this motel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Ocean Breeze Lodge Fort Bragg
Travel Blogs from Fort Bragg
... shop called Gourmet au Bay where we sampled some local California wines. From there we explored the headlands of the bay and wandered the marina for a bit before grabbing a great crab sandwich and some excellent clam chowder at the Spud Point Crab Company. In the late afternoon we explored the beach around our campground where Stebbs instructed me in the ways of sand crabs and sandpipers (oh my, the many things I don't know about the ...
... not meet or exceed expectations. So, although it’s a major bummer, considering the vast landscape and number of miles and stops of this journey, one bummer isn’t too bad.
So “yea” to Wine Country, the Pacific Coastal Highway and the redwoods; and “nay” to the Glass Beach in Fort Bragg; “that’s all I have to say about that” (Forest Gump). Tomorrow it’s Eugene.
... an amateur production of Les Miserable. Pretty good apart from parts of the orchestral bits left a lot to be desired. but for amateurs they were very good.
Yesterday we took a very twisting route down to our present destination .
But before getting on this road, we went through the Avenue of the Giants as the redwoods are called, and yes they sure make this 6fter seem tiny!
I think the drive down that road was a real test of nerves as Paul ...
... last night we had a crab feast! It is Dungeness crab season and Lu made crab cakes and we also ate one straight out of the shell.
Our time has been filled with cooking good food, walking on the beaches and looking for whales, sewing projects, getting ready for our time in the Philippines (so soon), and searching out potential summer jobs. Really I don`t know where the days have gone!
My favorite part of our time so far (and I don`t usually ...
... than willing to tell you where the fish are biting and what they are biting on. Even the crusty old shop owner limps over and digs through bins of junk to find the very part you need. It's very refreshing compared to the "eye aversion" technique that prevails when passing strangers in the city.
Other than the sea lion that lives in the marina that's about all there is to this chapter in our little saga. About that sea lion ... according to ...