Old Wheeler Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and stopped in the community of Seaside. It is, from what we've read, the nearest beach community to Portland, and it's where a lot of Portlanders spend summer weekends. We got there to find that even on Christmas day when most things are closed, a tourist trap is still a tourist trap.
There were a few decent places, but it was full of t-shirt shops, bumper cars, skeeball, and stores selling ****** trinkets made in China. Even on ...
Night 16: Clams, Finally! From Centralia, WA, to Wheeler, OR Today we drove 150 miles or so. Miles go slow in Oregon. Weather was hot and sunny with highs around 85. Near Ecola SP, around 5pm, the usual Oregon clouds rolled in low and temps went down into the 60's. It's nighttime now and we are in the 50's with mostly cloudy skies. High tide has just passed. We made it to our ultimate destination if the Oregon Coast. Tonight we are ...
... including outlet stores, to keep holidaymakers busy when they're not on the huge beach. The Hood to Coast relay finishes in Seaside-1200+ teams of 12, that is a whole host of people to arrive on the beach-as does the Lewis & Clark trail. They explored from 1803-1806, it says here. "Our party from necessary having been obliged to subsist some lenth of time on dogs have now become extreemly fond of their flesh." Reading: Samuel Butler, ...
... go for an hour. He did, and it looked easy enough to get to...but the one way streets and cable car tracks and google maps had me pretty spun. Eventually we made it to Commonwealth skate park and a grittier city-ish place that smelled like sweaty men...but as usual, everyone was nice and Nate earned their respect and we booked out of there and headed up the breathtaking Columbia River Gorge.
Again, the kids keep telling me that ...
... wifi, a concrete site (and a cookie, but who is paying attention to that). They gave us a key to the building in case we want to come in and either swim or wash clothes (for free!!) and a free breakfast in the morning! What a deal!
The sun is out and we have a few clouds in the sky. The temperature is in the high fifty’s and we were able to take a good walk before I started in on this blog. We drove the grand total of 76 miles ...