Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Seaside Convention Center
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... with fresh seafood and superb made from scratch sides! We couldn't recommend the restaurant more highly.
We're staying in an old time mom and pop hotel on the beach. You still have to have a real key to open the door! I'm sure the view in the morning will be amazing. We expect tomorrow to show us more amazing views....along with a cheese factory! On to Tillamook!
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...