Shilo Inn Suites - Tillamook
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Tillamook
... driving tour instead, which really wasn't a wonderful idea either, but we did get to see a few things. We were going to do a scenic, circular loop along the coast then end up at Tillamook. Unfortunately, the road was out but we did make it to Cape Meares and went to see the lighthouse there which Bob liked a lot because it was a bit unusual. Then we went to see the "Octopus Tree" which was a very unusually shaped Sitka Spruce. It was gigantic and interesting. Other than that we ...
... some family time. This place does not seem to strike me as a place for single party goers. I saw very few bars and almost all activities were geared towards families or couples.
My next stop was Cannon Beach and this one was also a very short stop. It had a monument of a whale next to the beach. I walked along the beach here for about an hour, then up and down the main strip checking out some of the tourist stops before ...
... to interact with. John even mentioned that there was a room where he could hang out and hear the actual conversations between the pilots and the control tower as they took of across the parking lot on a small runway. The day was so clear that there was a great view of Mt. Rainier from a lookout point at the museum.
Jeannie and I headed down to Tacoma, Washington to check out the home of the glass artist Chihuly. It took us about thirty ...
... knew why they were so busy. Delectable!
Today we visited Tillamook Cheese Factory. Forty years ago we toured this when it was a much smaller facility and we could get up close and personal with the cheese vats. Today, it's a major operation in a gigantic facility. We took a self-guided tour where we watched as cheddar cheese blocks came out of the aging room and were sliced into two pound blocks, then rolled down the conveyor belt to ...
... having a BBQ, various dogs being walked and kids flying kites. In addition this bride hasn't warmed to the theme of an informal beach wedding. She has six bridesmaids, six groomsmen, a singer, a cellist, the full dress, veil and high heels (I know because we bumped into her in the car park as we came to our room!!!). I am happy to stay and be nosy for a bit longer but the kids drag me to the free ice cream on the deck. This evening, I get carried away with all the events ...