Cape Kiwanda RV Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCape Kiwanda RV Park Pacific City
Hier gibt es alles: Full hook up, Laundromat, einen guten Laden, nette Restaurants, einen tollen Strand, eine riesige Sanddüne, Tidepools, Brandung, Surfmöglichkeiten etc. Der perfekte Platz für einen längeren Aufenthalt!
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... a gang of tankers lined up to head out to sea. It's pretty, and a nice small town. While most things weren't open on Christmas day, the downtown is obviously trying to make up for the closed canneries and lost lumber jobs by catering to the tourists. There were many restaurants, gift shops, theaters, and such.
Astoria has an old trolley traveling the waterfront to haul the tourists. It is a genuine antique electric trolley, but there are ...
We have arrived this last week, Tuesday, in Pacific City – right at the beach. Has been overcast and sunny off and on – sun comes out late morning or afternoon. We had one night of rain. Fog Bank hangs out over the ocean.
We have a nice spot in the park, with lots of bushes around – hoping to get photos of birds, but still a lot of people and activity around, so they stay away. The lady across the road has ...
... tonight so we go back to the hotel and sleep in an instant
get up a little bit later today have breakfast fat man in dining room who can barely breathe but still has a huge breakfast of fattening food saying that I have a giant bowl of rice crispier due to accident with machine and a waffle Jackies a good girl as always with bagel and fruit
we drive off today for our last full day in wonderful Oregon out to Oceanside a tiny little town built ...
... been rotting away ever since. The Peter Iredale is covered with sand and rust and barnacles. We saw the ocean for the first time of this trip at her hull. The water was sparkling and inviting in the sunshine, but the cold northern wind threw sand all over, making the spot uninhabitable for long. We played on the dunes and then got back to our sheltered van and drove south along the Oregon coast. A highlight of the drive, as always, is Cannon Beach. Unlike ...
... where we can wake up and sit on our patio enjoying our morning coffee forgetting what day it is and overlooking the ocean. Whenever we travel, when we fall in love with a place, one of us will say 'retire here?' to the other and we will decide if it is retirement material! Well I think pretty much every place we have visited throughout this trip we have decided that every spot has been retirement worthy!
So needless to say we have fallen in love with Oregon!
If I had to ...