The Ashley Inn of Tillamook
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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The day started with a drive along the Oregon Dunes National Park. These dunes go on forever. Stopped toward the North end of the dunes to get a look at the ocean. We stopped where it looked like it wouldn't be too bad of a hike. Looks were deceiving. Not sure how many hills we went up and down and it wouldn't have been bad except we were walking …
Leaving Astoria, we headed inland to see Mount St Helens (volcano number 5). The drive up to the volcano was magical - huge swooping road, curling it's way around the mountainside, climbing 5000 ft from sea-level, it took a couple of hours to get there, but was worth it for the drive alone. The route back down was sadly marred by slow(er) traffic …
... wind through the forested bluff seemed to provide just a whisper of the power, majesty, and allure of this place. We stared at the coastal views for a long time before going back to camp. Bob took Meatball for a walk on the beach while I made dinner. He had a great romp but didn't venture very far into the water (smart dog!). The big waves were pretty intimidating.
First day we drove around an area called Clatsop which looks to be at the very tippy top of N. Oregon. There ...
... is now shut down for renovation, but the $2 parking fee still provides a great view.
The next stop was Seaside Oregon. I have to say the Oregon Coast Beaches were incredible and other than the crowds, this place was awesome. Seaside was full of tourists. Every single hotel and motel was completely booked. It somewhat reminded me of Santa Cruz in California. There were arcades there, but no rides. People rented bicycles big ...
... can check that one off the list of things to do.
We have a nice room at a hotel that John's parents had stayed at before (although they did not remember that they had already been here until the check-in lady told her that she had all of their information from a previous visit). We have a room with two bedrooms and a shared bathroom. It is perfect for the amount of time that we will be here and it even comes with free breakfast.