Inn at Wecoma Lincoln City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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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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... and the peppercorn one you sometimes buy from the deli (a real deli) and then leave half of it to go mouldy. The viewing platform revealed the cheese equivalent of Willy Wonka's and what was happening to all of those off-cuts? On leaving the factory, the rain was lashing down and the decision was made to get to Tillamook centre and catch a bus to Lincoln City. Bikes rattling around on the front again - yikes! ...
We had a nice visit with Paul, and his fiancée Alyssa. They live in a resort community along the Portland coast and rent a cute house right on the water along the bay, where the bay meets the Pacific Ocean. We had many nice meals, discussed wedding plans, went fishing, took hikes, met their dog (my first grandchild), and walked up a sand dune mountain to go sand boarding and ...
... even considering swimming in the cold Arctic ocean waters.
In the winter the warmer ocean water creates a sunny warm coast, that turns to clouds and rain as it is pushed up over the coastal mountain range, fully demonstrating the maritime weather influence on the Oregon Coast.
The coastal forests have huge ...
... Lance and Roxie running downhill kicking sand up behind them. Before heading out we talked with a few rangers and they said the dunes were loaded with different plants and animals. Sure enough, we saw a banana slug and a coyote pup on the trails. The coyote pup was tucked into some plants on the side of the trail and neither of us noticed it until we were about 5 feet from it - Roxie didn't even notice it. "What the hell is that?!" Lance ...
... the parking lot for turning around.
It was SO worth the drive. A short hike took us to an overlook where the views were spectacular. I am going to attach Roy's pictures because his camera is so much better than mine. There is a lighthouse there, about 12 miles offshore. We could see the waves crashing into the rocks and the spray going halfway up the sides of the lighthouse. Looking south, you could see Cannon Beach and the famous Haystack ...