Inn at the Shore

2275 S Promenade, Seaside, Oregon, 97229, United States | Inn
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Location

This inn, located on 2275 S Promenade, Seaside, is near Ecola State Park, Camp 18 Museum, Seaside Civic & Convention Center, and Crescent Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Seaside

    A-Yahtzee!!

    A travel blog entry by soppe on Aug 04, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... rather as a desperate cry for an explanation. First up: beach weather. Early August temps showed highs in the 60's by mid-afternoon, cooler at the beach with the steady wind. The city was shrouded in a thick fog/mist that never dissipated, permanently blocking the sun. I'm told we had normal summer weather. Yet, this is known as a beach destination (since the 1920's); we saw an endless march from the many city center hotels - tourists ...

    We are sailing

    A travel blog entry by cyclinginaskirt on Oct 11, 2013

    7 comments, 24 photos

    ... the iconic Space needle building dominates a skyline that is also filled with sweeping vistas of snowcapped mountains and ocean. Visits to the Seattle centre, the explosive colour of the Dale Chihuly glass sculptures and the vibrant Pike Place Market, excellent food and even better coffee completed a glorious stop over.

    Time to rejoin the road via my third and final ferry journey to Bremerton and heading towards highway 101. The ...

    Oh I do like to be beside Seaside.......

    A travel blog entry by davidpower on Jul 13, 2013

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... hangers built in a huge hurry during the war to house helium non-rigid airships.

    These were used as submarine spotters and escorts for the convoys sending supplies to Europe.
    These structures are the largest in the world made of wood. There were two at Tillamook but in the 1990's one was being used to store dry hay and caught fire and was destroyed.

    "I know, we need ...

    Night 13: North Coast

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 02, 2012

    9 photos

    ... as a national wildlife refuge. The rock is nesting ground for various sea birds. Jessica was keen to see puffins, which nest here, and so we trudged about a mile down the beach right up to the rock. Since the tide was out, it was easy to walk right up to the side of the rock. Here, along the sand and on the ricks, were dozens of bright, huge starfish waiting for the tide. The rocks are covered up to the tide line with gasping barnacles. At ...

    From Coos Bay to Seaside

    A travel blog entry by pixelrev on May 14, 2012

    5 photos

    ... the frequent signs proclaiming "You are entering a Tsunami hazard zone"! In one town where stopped I was utilising the facilities when an almighty alarm went off - mercifully it was the weekly Tsunami alarm test!

    As you can see from the photos, the coastline continues to surprise and delight. At Cape Kiwanda there is this massive sand dune ...