Crescent City is in the far northwest corner of California on the Pacific Ocean.
Just East of here is Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park. Do not miss it if you are in the area.
You must drive Howland Hill Road while there. You will see some of the largest and oldest redwood and sequoia trees in the world. Be advised that it is a narrow dirt road which adds to the charm.
It’s not the classiest place we have ever visited.
We walked to the major sight in the city, the Battery Point Lighthouse. It is especially fun and pretty because it is only accessible during low tide.
We could see it right from our room at our hotel, Oceanfront Lodge. That is why we stayed there. It is the first hotel on this trip that we really disliked for many reasons.
On the other hand, we had a lovely dinner at Marlo’s. I gather the husband and wife owners, Martin and Lorian (catch the Marlo?) have Greek and Italian decent given the menu is a combination of both.