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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn Lincoln City
Friendly staff, clean rooms, view to the lake is nicer and less noisy, great price, $45/night dbl room, end of October.
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... forward so we wouldn't have any more trouble getting campsites. When we were sunned out, we packed up and got some oyster shooters at Shuckers, a divey local's spot in town and then headed back up the river to our tent. The next day we woke up early to set out for a day of sight seeing. The heavy fog in which we awoke disappeared by the time we left the river valley and we headed off into yet another sunny day. Our first stop was a lookout point just south ...
... cheese curds because that's something I have a hard time finding in Sedona. Back on 101 we toured more quaint coastal towns and the coastal country side became a bit more rugged and we began to get some more dramatic views of the beaches and the coast line. These were the pictures I had seen and the mental images that I had in my head. We stopped at Hug Beach and went for a walk on the rocks and the sand. We passed a few ...
... into a magical little triangle cabin complete with bed, sink, mini fridge and fan...we are quite jealous -although Chris and I still think we would probably not be very good at trailing anything behind us, it would likely end up in the ocean or in a ditch if we did.
The next morning Chris whipped up a much needed greasy breakfast of sausage and toast (aka sausage sandwich complete with English mustard) and we were on our way again...
... park said they didn't expect us tonight, so they 'fit' us into a great site with a bit of an ocean view. And because they mixed up the reservation and had to fit us in, they comped the night for us. From our sight we can only see the ocean over the top of a few houses and cannot actually see the beach so this evening we walked down to the ocean and guess what ... we actually saw our first Oregon sunset. Although cold and a bit windy on the beach, ...
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Nothing... So we turned around and headed north, hoping our luck would change. I recognized some of the landmarks we passed and vowed to try these spots from shore if the trip failed to find anything.