Old Town Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOld Town Inn Florence
The Old Town in was great! Newly remolded and very comfortable. Close to downtown Florence and a lot of dining options, and the Oregon coast is beautiful. The staff was very helpful too!
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... and interesting. There were nice shops and restaurants. The
area was settled by the Siuslaw Indians and some of their descendants are still
in the area today. The bridge over the Siuslaw River was built during The
Depression as part of the jobs program between 1934 and 1936. There are a lot
of bridges in this area that look as if they were built around the same time
because the architecture looks alike.
On the way to Florence, ...
... much like a Tom Thomson painting.
At one point we stopped at a bay and saw whales -- at least their spouts and the occasional huge back. I did see an enormous tail flip up out of the water at one point, that was quite dramatic.
At another stop overlooking cliffs, as I stared down at the water, I heard what sounded like music coming out of the caves. It turned out to be a colony of ...
... ATV's, tricked out sand rails, and custom jobs that were camped EVERYWHERE for the week's festivities that end on Sunday. LOTS of noise. Our RV park and several others ban ATV driving in the resort BUT those across the street do NOT. Kind of cool and I'll get pictures in an upcoming blog post.
Bonna and I decided to 'eat out' for our evening meal and we found several great places to eat on one of the docks. We shared pizza and ...
We left the beautiful Oregon House and continued on our way down 101 to Florence. We found Brian, Aiden and Holden at home when we arrived. It was a cloudy day, but no rain, so we all decided to go fishing. Gabe had been itching to go fishing with Holden, and this was our last chance on this trip. We all piled into our car, after we unloaded enough stuff to fit all five of us, and headed to local Sutton Lake. We found a place ...