Shilo Inn Suites - Tillamook
Travel Blogs from Tillamook
Up early this morning – the storms have passed and the weather is fine. We pack up, but before leaving we decide to check out this beach. It's nice, but nothing like what we have at home!
Continuing north, we are a fair bit behind where we wanted to be by this time. However, we are enjoying the drive, and the scenery of the Oregon …
... did provide a sweeping view over the cliff to the caves and sealion rookery on the rocks below.
We could not exit the Tillamook area without stopping at the cheese factory. Actually, it was basically an excuse for double dips of ice cream so that we could compare this with our own Texas Blue Bell. We ...
... We headed back south along highway 101. Interesting to note the cloud bank seems to hang permanently over Cannon Beach this time of year, while Manzanita ...
In true Johnny and Amber travelling fashion, we woke up to a beautiful day. I say this is true fashion because today was a travel day. We could have used this weather yesterday, but I guess we were a day too early for it. We loaded up on breakfast and checked out of the hotel.
The first part of the day we were split up. John's mom and I dropped the boys off at the Museum of Flight. There were flight simulators, giant airplanes to explore and exhibits to ...
Today was another beautiful day and we decided to go as far as Tillamook (home of Tillamook Cheese Factory) and see what we could see....
Our first stop was Cannon Beach - a lovely little town that would remind you of Martha's Vineyard or Nantucket, MA - I could definitely live in a town like this - however affording it would be another thing. Why didn't I wain the $400M lottery - oh I didn't play! No wonder. Cannon Beach ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet