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... breakfast would match the rest of the Seabird and it did not disappoint.
For a 65 bed motel, to provide a 4 foot square area for breakfast (no seating) sort of highlights the problem. There were the storage vats of warm brown liquid, piles of coffee mate pods (without glasses the first mistake was to pick up a hazelnut one) a tray of plastic spoons and gloopy yoghurts and one of homemade muffins.
The labels looked interesting: zucchini and ...
... picked the best seafood restaurant on TripAdvisor, a place called the Sea Grill, and the best thing is that it was within walking distance of the hotel.
Dinner at the Sea Grill was Shrimp Scampi for Jody, and Scallops for me. They had a great salad bar for me, but Jody needed some chowder to warm up. The food was really delicious, and the shrimp were so big that Jody couldn't finish them all, so I was glad to help. A short walk back ...
... 101 to southern end where we checked into Best Western (Bayshore Inn). Large facility where we had very nice, 3rd floor room. My husband enjoyed the indoor /outdoor pool & hot tub after dinner.
Drove down to Eureka's "Old Towne", by harbor for dinner. Area has several Victorian buildings, several restaurants & shops. We ate at Gallager's Irish Pub which was in a sprawling, historic Victorian building.
Had a nice "it's ...
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... to look over the trees- Awesome as they say in these parts. We met a couple of Canadians who were cycling from near Portland, Or to San Francisco. No mean feat given I am sure they were older than us. One was very interested in the Referendum given his Scottish Roots. We then hit a patch of coastal fog which soon disappeared, but tonight after dinner it came in again and we were mighty glad of our jumpers. A total of 209 miles ...