Lighthouse Inn Florence
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLighthouse Inn Florence
Clean, close to old town. Personel is very friendly. Room is very clean, charming lobby. Not expensive.
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Next we headed southward and kept stopping at the numerous pull overs to take in yet another spectacular view of the Pacific coast. We stopped in Gold Beach and checked out the fisherman on the docks. They were fishing for Dungeness Crabs. They would toss out a large ...
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We spent Monday night (Feb5) with Greg & Leah in Mission for the jump across the border on Tuesday to Portland. Andrew / Cathy picked up a copy of Season 4 Downton Abbey for Maria-Lynn of which we viewed an episode to everyone's delight. Always fun; it was great to spend the time with G&Land taking Babs (their dog) for a brisk walk in the morning with Greg & Leah to the local dog park. Who ordered this Arctic front?????
... our RV park was between both of them.
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... we would be the lucky winners to the one campsite (of 4 in the park) that had an electric outlet. Woo hoo. At a cool $25 a night this would be our cheapest nights yet...but perhaps our most torturous.
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