The Inn at Arch Cape
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- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We had a lovely drive up the coast of Oregon to Washington. Some good ocean/rock scenes but not as often as on the central coast. More population and the state park beaches parking lots were often full. It was a warm day so families were on the beach, soaking it up! Along the way, we stopped at a few "Historical Markers". This one particularly caught our interest at Tillamook. It alms about the first ...
... across the road. Then the wind shifted. I asked the owner about moving to the other side of the park to get away from the big trees. He agreed that it was a good idea. The rain was light but steady. Due to the wind, we went back into Chinook for breakfast.
As the winds slowed, we got moved back to where we now have power and water again. It started to rain seriously about four o'clock ...
... things, but overall, it was a bit of a waste of time.
After that, we headed up to the fine dining restaurant for a cooking demonstration. There, one of the chefs demonstrated how to make their 5 mushroom soup (Excellent), a spinach dish, a chicken with mac and cheese dish and Tiramisu. We got to sample all of the dishes and were given the sales pitch to have dinner there one night. We were already signed up for this Sunday, but it was fun to watch the ...
Two longish days with driving were broken up with some of the best views we have ever experienced! Our first destination was Port Orford and a wood cabin in the trees overlooking the Pacific. A hot tub supplied and breakfast included, pretty nice! Best nights sleep I have had in a while. Port Orford was a nice quiet town with friendly people and ...
... and wilted lettuce. But going on the recommendation of the proprietors of The Lighthouse Inn we headed for a quirky little place called "Urban". This place was opened by 2 hippies in the early 80's, and you could tell by the decor in the place. Massive knife and fork statues, bright orange walls and even a large aquarium in the back. Very memorable, but the highlight was still the food. If we could have stayed longer Carla and I would have frequented this place every ...