Inn at Wecoma Lincoln City
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsInn at Wecoma Lincoln City
I called from on the road to get a room for one night. Molly, the front desk clerk was excellent and gave us a very nice room and I was able to use a discount coupon for 10% off that I had cut from a tour book. The hotel was so very clean and the room was very large. Customer service is "on the spot" here and I would definitely recommend this hotel for a place to stay.
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Ok! So we are in Lincoln City warming up for the Bumper Sticker tour. I've figured out what to do each day at Yellowstone...now to figure out the daily itinerary at Glacier. We will be watching music tonight and just relaxing. It is absolutely gorgeous here at the beach today. However, I am ready for a good nap...coastal coma has officially taken hold of my inner ...
... Aquarium. This place is amazing, folks. My favourite critters were the sea otters. They're like sea kitties and they love to play. I wasn't able to take any good photos with the D5100 there as there was a lot of reflections and some areas were too low light (and I don't have the proper lens for that). We were able to get some good shots, though, as well as a bunch of iPhone photos. Afterwards, Fergie spotted the Rogue Brewery World Headquarters ...
... but this takes the cake for noises outside the RV. It was a glorious day of sights in Oregon.Susan wants to add to this blog." Title is Susan Coon has been all over this state of Oregon. I have traveled four states, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Oregon.I had fun and a wonderful birthday trip this year. I took a lot of pictures. I got by book stamped a lot." ( her national parks book)"The temperature was 59 at About 10 pmEd drove 153 miles
... have seen... it is classified as a temperate rain forest, averaging 200" of rain a year. There are horsetails, huge ferns, and lots of wildflowers.. but no banana slugs sighted yet.
Thursday morning we are on the way north to WA state... will stop in town on the way out and try posting this.
Til Later,,,, from the road,
Jan, David, and Maggie
... There were several trees in the grove which had fallen over sometime in the last ?? years. When you stood at one end of these you could not see the other end, the same problem we had when we stood at the bottom of a tree and looked skywards... We took several photos, but found the same problem as we'd had yesterday, that it was difficult to capture the true magnificence of these trees in a photo. To finish our walk we took a ...