Garibaldi House Inn & Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Here we go on the third leg of our trip and our first visit to Oregon we have breakfast at the hotel and set off early East on route 101 at a leisurely pace bearing in mind my expensive speeding faux paux the other day lovely sunny start to the day again we call into town to try and retrieve my lost glasses(I left them in the restaurant last night)but it is too early 7.30 Am and there is nobody there the further we go the more overcast it becomes but it all ...
On travelling from Ocean Shores to Seaside, we travelled through the small town of Aberdeen. The home town of Nirvana's cult lead singer, Kurt Cobain. We wanted a cheesy road trip and this was a good start. Both being fans of the band's music, we googled his childhood residence and made a bee line for the address which is for sale at just under half a million (well over the median average of $94,000) plus it ...
Woke up to a drizzly morning, the first bad weather we have had but by the time we got to our first destination an hour down the road the sky was blue again. In the Sand Dunes National park area we had a fast paced adventure in a sand hopper. With googles on (and the kids in helmets) we were driven up,down and all over the sand dunes. We were in a 7 seater so it was just us and the driver. Real adrenaline pumping fun. Further down the road we stopped ...
Hello from Tillamook Bay and the little town of Garibaldi.
The ride down from the Columbia River yesterday was fine for most of the day. We finally had some wind but unfortunately it was right out of the South and right straight at our nose. Sailors refer to the direction of winds like that as "Noserlies". Sailors don't like noserlies because sailboats don't sail directly into the wind.
If we wanted to ...
... of miles past thick temperate rain forests and tiny towns and sloughs is the port of Astoria, Oregon. The city is set up alongside steep hills at about the point where the Pacific water mixes with the coursing fresh Canadian waters of the Columbia. Seals and whales and freighters inhabit this part of the river. Twenty minutes northwest is the spot that amazed Lewis and Clark so many years ago when they finally reached their goal of finding a way to the ...