BEST WESTERN Lincoln Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... there are groups of Bigfoot hunters, all over the country, and a tv show about them! But there are quite a few of those groups up here. Oh well, at least they have a hobby, as do the alien hunters, at least they're not hurting anybody (no offense if you're a believer). Interesting fact, in Oregon it's illegal to pump your own gas (also in New Jersey), so all gas stations are full service. It's quite nice, and provides a lot of jobs. Right after crossing into ...
... driving through Tassie. Everything is so green and beautiful, I think that's maybe why I feel so comfortable here. Stopped off at Ruby Beach as well, more of a pebble beach then a sand beach. Built a cute little pebble tower too, then realised Michelle's had more pebbles so I tried to beat it, then mine fell over. She won that round. Saw a squashed raccoon on the road as well - that was new! There's a lot of ...
... holy grail, The Goonies house itself. I was like a kid in a candy store. The reason I will always love Carla is that she didn't once judge me and went along for the ride with a smile on her face. What a trooper. After the shameless fan stalking we decided it was time for some dinner. As I mentioned before Astoria still looks like it never left the 80's. And this includes the restaurants. Most of the eating establishments in town looked like they specialised in greasy ...
... to invest in Snapseed to make a loser picture look great!)
Finally check-in time at The Wayside Inn in Cannon Beach. This hotel has a perfect location near the Haystack and nice clean rooms. The only drawback is there is no elevator and most of us were on the third level. Steve reminded me of our early marriage agreement for travel. It reads like this: “You are responsible for carrying anything you ...
... have time to explore. There are roadworks on the bridge, but after only a small delay, we are back in Astoria. We haven’t eaten for quite awhile and everyone is hungry, so we find a small restaurant to grab a meal. It turns out to be more expensive that we thought it would be, but at least it isn’t fast food. And since we are well outside the peak time, we get served quite quickly.
It’s late in the afternoon ...