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- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... mile trail to Indian Beach and admired the views from the bluffs as well as the beach. Historic Tillamook Rock Lighthouse is perched on a lone rock offshore. It is no surprise that National Geographic Magazine named Cannon Beach one of the world's 100 most beautiful places. We took day trips to Astoria, Garibaldi, Arcadia Beach State Park, and Hug Point State Park with stops along the way for wine, lunch, dinner and even a little shopping. In Astoria ...
... couldn’t possibly be snow.
As we climbed up the mountain though, snow started to appear on the ground. It was just the odd bit so we figured some was stubborn and hadn’t totally melted. However, when we reached the top there was a good foot of snow everywhere, including the car park. We arrived sideways into a parking space in the thankfully pretty car park, and decided to eat our picnic in the car, seeing as the temperature ...
... bill at the end of the evening. I think I was already back at the hotel in my pajamas before they were whipping out their credit cards.
Before closing down the day, I had a little talk with the weather gods about our big day tomorrow taking pictures of THE HAYSTACK! Please bring us some pretty clouds with a brilliant blue sky instead of 50 shades of gray! Stay tuned…………… ;…
... them before. So we climbed out on the rocks into the very shallow water and watched in awe as these huge fish navigated upstream in such shallow water. Looking around, we saw a couple dead salmon and some eggs in the water, which looked like small orange balls. A local man we were talking to told us that when he was a kid, he would come out here and hunt for salmon with a pitchfork. After watching the salmon for a ...
... wide variety of places you are exposed to is staggering. You have to be ready for anything and especially, for nothing. Some “primitive” campsites are merely a spot of dirt with a sign and an envelope to put your money in. Others are all out resorts with a capital R – the big massive KOA’s that cater to those people in $200k, Fire Engine size RV’s that often sport living rooms that are as big as my house, that will shell out ...