Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Seaside Convention Center

34 Holladay Drive, Seaside, Oregon, 97138, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 34 Holladay Drive, Seaside, is near Ecola State Park, Camp 18 Museum, and Seaside Civic & Convention Center.
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    Travel Blogs from Seaside

    Yeah back in the good ole USA

    A travel blog entry by zumwalt on Sep 10, 2014

    4 photos

    We are in Astoria, OR and planning to go down the coast over the next few days. Tonight we went to a brew pub and I had a delicious Greek garden pizza and sampled 3 types of their pale ales. While not a beer drinker I thought it would be fun to try a sampler and they were good with the pizza. After dinner I heard seals and ...

    We are sailing

    A travel blog entry by cyclinginaskirt on Oct 11, 2013

    7 comments, 24 photos

    ... is that the body is constantly riding that high, always being in a state of alert has made relaxing, sleeping and taking days off difficult. It takes time to come down from there and something I hadn't done since leaving Toronto.
    With this in mind I made the conscious decision that if/when I continued cycling it would be at a more relaxed pace, lower mileage, more days off.......
    I'm terrible at easing back off the throttle but, over ...

    How to Pick-up Tarts and Stage a Gong Show

    A travel blog entry by henandpen on Jul 21, 2013

    6 comments, 4 photos

    ... from the wall by my elbow and sent crashing to the ground. The thud of ************ wood flooring was deafening. Mel's startled form emerged from the restroom having heard my desecration of Polynesian objects of worship. It was at this point that my rational mind was overthrown and the unexpected but welcome pleasure of no longer giving a **** overcame me. This was my Gong Show. I was in complete control of my lack of control. We did have a good laugh at the end of ...

    October 1 - 4 - At Sea, Astoria, At Sea

    A travel blog entry by coastalboomers on Oct 01, 2012

    3 photos

    ... first visited by Captain
    Robert Gray in 1792. In 1805 Lewis and Clark began trading with the Clatsop, Tillamook & Chinnook tribes. In 1811 Fort Astoria was founded as a fur trading and has been attracting ships ever since. The one downside is that Astoria can get incredible wind storms that can reach 70-100 MPH . There is a Scandinavian & Finn heritage in the town.

    We bought a bus pass $7 which took us ...

    The journey south begins!

    A travel blog entry by pixelrev on May 17, 2012

    2 photos

    ... park to ourselves for a picnic lunch which was rather splendid. There was no-one there to collect the $10 day-use admission fee, what a pity. We then went to see the "Falls" which were a glorified rapid - not a lot to write home about. the only new photos on offer today.

    We then proceeded via the Astoria-Megler Bridge back into ...