Travel Blogs from Lincoln City
Getting up at 6 in the morning is hard but rewarding. We had a quick breakfast with Cassie and drove into the dark street, but when we looked around the most beautiful sunrise revealed itself. The whole sky was on fire. We drove from Portland to Cannon Beach and I was admiring the windy roads and the mountains. On our way we noticed a valley filled …
... but not manned.
Newport is another town you could easily live in. The beach is gorgeous (although rough) and seems to stretch on forever. Rye Beach is the oldest neighborhood established in the 1800's. There are some great restaurants and shopping here, as well as a great little arts community. There is a US Coast Guard Station here and the harbor is quite ...
... some very nice sandwiches that are of manageable proportions. Have you noticed when you want to go to the toilet there is never a public one around so you go and buy a cup of coffee. so you can use their facilities. This starts the whole process off again. We arrived in Newport early afternoon after checking into a motel we went to look at the pacific ocean. Newport is very much a busy fishing port. We ...
... so in we go. Our next stop is Devils Punch Bowl -- a lot of old memories here. On our drive north we take the scenic drive and stop at Cape Foulweather and then on up to Depot Bay for lunch at the Tidal Raves. While waiting for a table I get a text from Joleen about the best fish tacos on the coast and one of the places is the Tidal ...
... prove we at least did something all these months not working.
When checking in at the camp site I was slightly confused when the woman asked, "Snow Pets?" I weakly replied "no snow pets" then laughed realizing that I was so tired/spaced out from the long drive after a night of not great sleep and really she had just said "No pets?"
We partially upgraded ourselves by booking a Camping Cabin. Much cheaper than a hotel and without the set ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
Friendly staff, clean rooms, view to the lake is nicer and less noisy, great price, $45/night dbl room, end of October.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.