Shilo Inn Suites - Tillamook
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... mirror today.) It's fairly ritualized at this point: take-out pizza Friday night, typically accompanied by an immodest amount of beer and wine, the same 46+ mile bike ride Saturday, followed by a walk to the beach and usually town, an evening of home-cooking with a little less enthusiastic beverage consumption (having once again learned this lesson the night before). Then we usually ride about 20 miles on Sunday before returning to Portland after an ...
... the city's living room" it had a stage with group after group of tiny children dance groups entertaining their parents and guests just like a big living room. So fun and colorful. We saw that they were also serving up Indian food. We had a decision to make. We had parked our motorhome right next to an area that had about 2 dozen or more food trucks and we were planning on hitting them on the way back. We opted to share a sampler plate and two mango lassies at ...
... Oregon. We parked the car at some random summer home and walked along the beach until we reached the rock. Unfortunately we were not allowed to climb up on it but we had fun walking all around the front of it. It is bigger than I thought it would be and every bit as awesome. John had fun poking at the sea anemones in the tidal pools. We spent about a half hour down on the beach before heading back to the car so we could continue our journey. I ...
... brain around how tough that bunch was...both physically and mentally. And...if we have to choose up sides, I want Sacagawea on my team... She was as tough as they come.
Leaving Ft. Clatsop we drove further north and across a big bridge into Washington and to Cape Disappointment and the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center with an extensive interactive exhibit. I wanted to walk out to the lighthouse, but by that point it was ...
... It gets worse.
Driving through Lincoln City around 1:00, it was 58 degrees and the sky was continuing to lighten up. Shortly after this, we crossed the 45th parallel which is always a pretty funky thing to do. I had read in a local flyer that THE place to eat is The Otis Café. It was a little off the beaten path but well worth the stop. Franko L., you can stop worrying about our nutritional deficiencies because we ...