The Lighthouse Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Cannon Beach Town is a very quaint little seaside town and all the shops and buildings are built from wood. We wondered around for an hour or so, dipping in and out of the shops and looking at things we don't need that we still want to buy! We stopped for a spot of lunch at Seasons Cafe and once again finding vegan food seems to be very easy. They are all very accommodating. Whilst we were at lunch we looked up 'things to do in Cannon Beach' so we could ...
... Wayside Inn. Fifty Shades of Gray are still there but the weather forecast is reporting possible sun by mid afternoon!
So it will be alright to have a long breakfast hour waiting for the weather to change. Once again, Duane came through with a delicious choice for our foodie group. Off we went to the Pig N Pancake just up the road. They are known for their pancakes obviously – ...
... we actually got to the city limits, the traffic was terrible. It took us over an hour just to get across Portland to our hotel – Staybridge Suites by the airport. We finally got there just after sunset and were ready to be done driving. We parked the car, checked into the hotel, and walked across the street to a little Chinese place. After dinner, Sandy took a bath and I took advantage of the hot tub before heading to ...
... is situated right on the river and blessed with an abundance of old Fir trees. It’s a pleasant place to spend a couple of nights, but not terribly exciting. A good place to catch up on your reading and planning for what lies ahead (BurningMan!) We did a lot of reading and attempted to take hikes and rode around on our bikes in circles to kill the time and get exercise. The weather was lousy, neither rain nor sun, a quiet blanket of gray ...
We started the day hiking to Oswald Beach with the L'Hommedieus. The boys loved climbing in the tree stumps and playing a little hide-and-seek. You'll notice the scowl on Bowen's face--that's because he was a bear. Grrr! We reached the beach and you can see how very beautiful this area is. We all climbed the rocks and cliffside. What we didn't expect was the tide to come in while we were climbing. This ...