Ocean Crest Resort
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... our jaws drop. The beauty of the place was beyond compare and the leaves turning colors for fall is what kept our eyes wide open the entire time. It would be useless for me to describe exactly what we saw so I am going to let the pictures that we took speak for themselves. The one thing that I would like to mention is that the Hall of Mosses trail is only about a mile or so and since we wanted to soak every inch of the trail in we ended up taking over an hour to complete ...
... friends from Overland Park (near KC) were on a 3-couple adventure in July 2008, we stopped at the Lake Crescent lodge for lunch . . . and had lavender ice cream . . . yes, you read that right!! They grow a lot of lavender in this region and have a lavender festival . . . but I gotta' tell ya’ . . . it tastes like eating a bar of soap!
The lodge is still there, but we didn’t go in . . . I took a picture of the lake and a shot into ...
... in the lobby!). Owen is thrilled as there is free WiFi (he has hated being disconnected for 24 hours!). We sit on the patio until our room is ready and then go swimming in the lake - or more accurately I stand at the edge of the very cold water whilst Owen and Ethan swim. The weather is absolutely beautiful and the lake view is breathtaking. There are still a lot of old people here, but some young people too. More importantly, they are ...
... nonetheless. To get over my frustrations and stress of border crossing, adjusting to imperial measurement bullcrap and a broken stove, I went to see a free lecture given by the NPS on cultural attitudes towards national parks. It was a bit propagandistic and the girl giving the speech sounded like she was a bit brainwashed, but I learned a few titbits of information anyways.
Steffie and I both had an early night because of our exhaustions and woke up ...
... by and no boats purring down the river.
We hastily drove to the park, without any specific directions to this one square inch other than it was 3.2 miles down the trail, maybe through some arches, and began our hike as soon as we could.
It was awesome.
And yes, the word “awesome” is completely overused – Lizette is the first to admit she’s a user and abuser of the word “awesome”.