Hidden Cove Bed And Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and the shoreline is so different from town to town. The towns are different too. Some more touristy, some more run down, some more upscale. You never know what you'll encounter on "The 101".
After a couple of additional stops at McDonald's for hot coffee this time, we managed to arrive in Newport, OR. It seems like an interesting town, we will explore a little more in the morning. But by the time we arrived, it was ...
... last week of June next year as it will be the 30th anniversary of the movie and many of the cast members will be returning to Astoria for a reunion.
We stayed at a cool little cabin that night, the manager called it "a rustic Victorian cabin". We slept well and got a good start the next morning. Approx. 10 miles east of Reedsport, some idiot cranked up the thermostat and we were heading towards ...
... looking for, only not, and had a flood of emotions one does when something they have been working so ************g for is finally over. His mother comes in and reveals that she knew the whole time (as the movie painted her as an absent mother, dealing with her own grief) and even figured out his trail, and beat him to it, assuring he would have a positive, though not always happy, experience. ...
... up there with the lunch from yesterday. Top notch in every respect. And what a view! It's on stilts right there on the beachfront. Lincoln City brought back a lot of memories for me. From there we drove to Newport and shopped at the local Wal-mart. Supplies. Beer. We arrived at our new campsite, Beachside Recreation Site at 4:15pm. 5 hours after we left Cannon Beach. But was it ever worth it. Our site is no more than 30 seconds from the beach. Thank you ...
... of this after a few snickers at our incorrect pronunciation, Will-A-Met…sort of like calling the south end of Broadway in Nashville Broadway rather than saying South Broad. Folks IMMEDIATELY know you are not from those parts.) I won’t even attempt to go into how they pronounce Lafayette.
The Valley is about40 to 50 miles wide and 100 miles long going from Eugene, Oregon to Portland, Oregon. The largest percentage of Oregon’s ...