Historic Anchor Inn and Grill

Address: 1505 Pacific Coast Hwy, Oceanside, Oregon, 97134, United States | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 1505 Pacific Coast Hwy, Oceanside, is near Three Capes Scenic Drive.
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Travel Blogs from Oceanside

Christmas in the boonies!

A travel blog entry by billhall on Dec 25, 2014

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... Oregon would be.

The days are not long here, with sunup at 8 AM and Sundown at around 4:30 PM. We ran out of light before we ran out of things we wanted to see. We wound up having dinner at a small seaside cafe called the Sand Dollar Restaurant and Lounge, one of the few restaurants we had found open. We figured that it would be marginal as it was open on Christmas evening.....and lucky for us, we couldn't have been more wrong! The food ...

Cape Meares and our Visit with the Ponds

A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle on Aug 17, 2013

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Harlan:

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As Bonna indicates below--it was a real treat to be able to visit with our 'OSU Days' friends, Jim and Suzanne. Jim was assistant wrestling coach to Dale Thomas at Oregon State while we lived in Corvallis (during which time OSU ended up second in the NCAA ...

Day 13: Down to the Pacific

A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 10, 2013

... banks were covered with massive piles of cut and uncut, treated and untreated lumber. The sight of the endless lumber fields was amazing. It was like seeing the Mall of America or grain-feeding lots or sone other spectacle of mass consumerism. And it was global. Longshoremen were busy operated cranes and moving the piles to waiting Chinese freighters docked on the riverbanks. Chinese ships meant we were close to the ocean! We crossed the bridge into Oregon. ...

The Oregon Coast

A travel blog entry by tchester on Jul 12, 2012

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... of the water. This beach was so neat. I can only imagine living in one of the beach front homes and having that view everyday!

We drove on down the coast and stopped in another little village called Manzanita. We pulled off the road just beside a dune where we made dinner. Clay and Morgan walked down to the water and discovered the water was frigid! That was understandable since the outdoor temperature was only 61. Believe it or ...

It's all about the grub...and the coffee stops

A travel blog entry by blahblahblog on Jul 18, 2010

4 comments, 24 photos

... Yu-um. Big bum.

After 'Pig 'n Pancake' (real name!) in Seaside, I continued south to Cannon Beach (see pics of Haystack Rock). Nice little tourist town. Just as I was cycling on again, I saw a big Irish flag flapping away outside a coffee shop called The Sleepy Monk. Not that I needed an excuse but I went in and it turns out that the guy who served me/owner was from Mallow! He - Victor - very nicely insisted on paying for my coffee and we'd a grand ole chat. ...