Sea Treasures Inn
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Rockaway Beach
... overhead. This was remedied by the trolley towing it's own diesel generator. Adaptation at it's best. There was also an interesting looking museum on the Columbia River.....closed on Christmas of course. No surprises there. We didn't expect places to be open. From there, we headed south on the 101.
We had not yet seen the Pacific Ocean. We were driving and saw a sign for Delray Beach. It turns out it's one of the few places you can actually drive ...
We have been on the coast for 2 weeks now. Weather sure changes from being inland of Oregon. Seaside is a small beach town with lots of tourists. They feature a boardwalk all along the ocean, which we ride our bikes on early in the morning. Lots of walkers as the morning progresses and that is hard when manuvering on a bike. It was a little overcast, as usual on the coast for the first couple of days. We did a bike ride and I ...
... onto the beach near Haystack Rock in hopes of seeing some Puffins. It is breeding time for many birds. Unfortunately the tide was in so we couldn't get too close. ...
... cheese for sampling. Blue Herron makes French cheeses for tasting and lots of condiments. I bought a hot horseradish and blue cheese there. The wine tasting was very good because they feature Washington and Oregon wines. Other wineries here make fruity stuff and not good! Today the boat and pots go in the water for crabbing!! Crab sells for $10 a pound. Last time we must have had $400.00 worth ...
... diaper caddy and put five pull-ups on. We decided to split up for the first part of the evening. I would take Henry down to Haystack Rock and look for tidal pools while Mel would tend to Penny's needs. I badly misremembered the location of Haystack and I plodded through loose sand, tidal streams and more sand for half an hour before we got to the tidal pools. By this time the tides were beginning to creep back in so we made it a quick visit. Henry saw ...