GuestHouse Inn & Suites Seaside
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the local today is spectacular.
xxx Couple of things I forgot
1. The garages over here sell alcohol
2. Ad on radio - Murtle Vetinerary Hospital can de skunk your pets LOL
3. Stopped off at Prehistoric gardens A 1960 theme park..a dinosaur park with plastic dinos for mum dad &2.5 kids very kitch...But took photos of chipmunks & blue jay & a rat the size of the chipmunks eating their ...
... s, gazebos, laundromat, etc... huge!
Mike went to check out the pool while I made dinner.
It's been a week with no internet, so I am trying to catch up as quickly as possible. And no, I don't do this from my phone. My phone is smart, it's owner...questionable.
I keep having problems with the internet not connecting to/staying connected to this site. Frustrating!
... up Auto Zone to replace some burnt out driving lights. Chris showed off his superb auto skills in the parking lot finally turning off the warning message that had been flashing at us the past few days.
I then forced Chris to go up the Astoria Column trying to do something somewhat cultured for the day. I honestly don't even know what the Column was honoring now that I type this - so I failed my own goal on that one. I ...
... too much with Kellee strapped to my back. With my thumb out, I spent a total of 15 minutes waiting on 3 different rides which ended up putting me back in Portland, right in front of Jeff's door step. I've said it before and I'll say it again, hitchhiking is THE best way to connect with the local culture, it puts you in a place of faith and friendliness. You will gain much more from a 15 minute ride with a complete stranger than you would from any 1 hour tour guide. On ...
... was miles away from the mouth of the river. We drove out to the overlook and had some spectacular views of ocean, beach and the Columbia River Bar. After soaking up the sun and scenery for awhile, we headed to our campsite, which happened to be located right next to a marsh. The mosquitoes were voracious, lots of “skin so soft” made the evening walk tolerable.