Sea Treasures Inn

Address: 301 N Miller Street, Rockaway Beach, Oregon, 97136, United States | Inn
 
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This inn is located on 301 N Miller Street, Rockaway Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Rockaway Beach

    Oregon Coast - Fathers Day

    A travel blog entry by dereck.ramsay on Jun 21, 2015

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    Left Portland early and drove south through Oregon's state capital Salem to the Pacific coast at Lincoln City. Headed south along the coast on the historic route 101 to Depoe Bay which is the world's smallest natural harbour. A short distance south was the Devil's Punchbowl (see photo). The coastline is dotted with towering cliffs, headlands and capes, rocky sea stacks, wide flat beaches, small beach towns, fishing ...

    Christmas in the boonies!

    A travel blog entry by billhall on Dec 25, 2014

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    ... 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 ...

    Night 16: Clams, Finally!

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 08, 2014

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    ... about 45 minutes to Silver Lake to get a good look at the recently deadly Mount St. Helen's. I probably could've gotten a better look from the White Pass road off Rainier, but I'll have to save that for another time. A VC was built five miles off I-5 on the marshy shores if Silver Lake, a body of water formed by a lava dam. The old volcano looked asleep today, blanketed in snow. It's not as tall or stately as the dines Rainier or ...

    Our first foray into Oregon

    A travel blog entry by happyhod on Jun 01, 2014

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    ... walk all the same once more we must have seen no more than 10 people on the whole 2 hour walk on such a massive beach.
    We go for coffee at a great little cafe called the Blue Agate with a lovely view down to the beach and cliffs below we decide to have lunch I have pulled pork tacos and Jackie has Rockfish tacos of which both are fresh and delicious with no heavy sauces the owner has drawings he does himself for sale of people like Elvis, Keith Richards and ...

    With Butch and Connie

    A travel blog entry by tbasler on Aug 31, 2013

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    ... 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 ...