Lanai at the Cove
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Quick breakfast of takeout crepes in downtown Seattle (takeout crepes seems to be a thing along with the salt water pools). Almost 4 hours to Astoria/Seaside Oregon on the northern part of the coast. The Columbia River, which we saw way over in eastern Washington, empties into the Pacific in Astoria and it is 5 miles wide. Which also means they …
... we went to a brewery on the waterfront called Buoys Beer. They have a glass panel in the floor so you can watch the sea lions. They're loud and they smell awful but it was so cool! Apparently there's over 1000 of them that live in the bay - but they destroy everything so the locals don't like them. I think they're cute though! We also walked up Astoria Column. Similar to the Coit Tower in San Francisco but a lot ...
... the iconic Space needle building dominates a skyline that is also filled with sweeping vistas of snowcapped mountains and ocean. Visits to the Seattle centre, the explosive colour of the Dale Chihuly glass sculptures and the vibrant Pike Place Market, excellent food and even better coffee completed a glorious stop over.
Time to rejoin the road via my third and final ferry journey to Bremerton and heading towards highway 101. The ...
... including old movie and tv coffee flasks...really cool.
The town of Astoria has featured in many films we learnt. Kindergarten Cop, The Free Willy Series & The Guardian (Kevin Costner movie) to name a few.
After settling in we went for dinner down the street to 'The Supper Club' and had some amazing burgers and another microbrew for me. Addicted I think!!!!! Well satisfied we headed to the hill ...
... hangers built in a huge hurry during the war to house helium non-rigid airships.
These were used as submarine spotters and escorts for the convoys sending supplies to Europe.
These structures are the largest in the world made of wood. There were two at Tillamook but in the 1990's one was being used to store dry hay and caught fire and was destroyed.
"I know, we need ...