Sunset Oceanfront Lodging
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
TripAdvisor Reviews Sunset Oceanfront Lodging Bandon
Travel Blogs from Bandon
... with the man and sharing herbs from my medicine pouch. We listen to the music of the sun set, first the birds with questions and answers, than the horn calling warnings to it's ships while the waives roar and crash in the distance. The man tells me he lives here for now so that he can vent his frustrations with out bothering anyone. The sanity of this statement rings louder in my ears than the cries of a grown man stuck in traffic.
... us down to make sure we were not going to harm her little one, Quickly snapped the photo and went on our way.
Warm here on the Oregon coast. Got up to high 70's. Quite a contrast to our Bend experience. Although got down in the high 50's by evening. Good thing we were prepared with our layers of clothing!
Dinner was at the #1 restaurant per TripAdvisor, Alloro Wine Bar. We again split the calamari appetizer (We liked it better in Pacific Grove!), Caesar ...
... I think I’m not ready to totally pull
the plug on Austin (too many friends who would still be in Austin) – but I’m
really interested in spending a summer here, at least. The people
seem friendly, they talk to strangers, and seem to be delighted that you
appreciate their city.
So Ashland has met the high bar I set for it. Join us?
... of the braces, ready to be shipped to Asia. We’d been there last Monday and the docks were empty. To think this many trees were felled and transported from Tuesday to Saturday is mind boggling. Harlan has pictures in the blog.
Tomorrow we are on our way to Tillamook. The Elks campground is out of town and a few miles inland, so it’s supposed to be warmer. We’re looking forward to more sunshine and warmer temps for a week or ...
... a great spot right on the bay and Pacific Ocean where ocean liners filled with logs bound for China pass by, and killer whales are spotted sneaking up into the bay to feast on seal pups in the early summer. I'm telling you, this place is a veritable National Geographic wonderland, and just when we thought we had seen it all, Teresa pulls up a "you tube" video that shows ocean swells pounding the same 200' cliffs on ...