Super 8 Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... open and airy. The grove itself was wonderful. With benches to sit and breathe in the fresh mountain air and listen to the birds and the breeze through the trees.
On the way out near Orick we found the combined visitor center named for Thomas Kuchel, which we had passed by in the dark last night. Always good to stop at the visitor centers at the end of the visit :-). It is a ...
... was about an hour drive to the entrance and then another 20 min or so traversing through old growth that completely blocked out the sun. Once we arrived to the trailhead it all came back to us. It was the same magical looking place we had experienced so many years ago. The canyon itself was about 50 ft deep and as the name would suggest completely covered in ferns. The multitude of green hues were alive and vibrant, the old growth trees were towering and ...
... views. From here the highway again passes through magnificent redwood forests before passing through lovely rural areas and then past the township of Arcata and into Eureka, our stopping place for the night. Our destination was Carter House, a wonderful old building that has been turned into a boutique Hotel in the old part of Eureka. &It was a superb place to stay and dine at after a long days drive and another to follow ...
We left Vegas in a rental car on the morning of the 17th. I think we had certainly had our fill of all the glitz and glamour. I finished the first segment of the blog with a reference to how uptight many of the people in Vegas seem to be. These, of course, are the people visiting Vegas. The people living in Vegas avoid the strip area like the plague and those working there are often non-caucasians. The service help in the restaurants and bars ...
... 5 and then to Highway 101 that runs along the coast, to be able to enjoy the Redwoods National Park in California, where you can find the world's tallest sequoias called Coastal Redwoods that can reach up to 380ft or 120m in height and live up to 2000 years!. It is difficult to capture in the photos the reality when you find yourself next to one of these trees. But what is amazing too is that you can even go through ...