Beach Stay Motel

Address: 421 North Miller Street, Rockaway Beach, Oregon, 97136, United States | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Rockaway Beach

Christmas in the boonies!

A travel blog entry by billhall on Dec 25, 2014

12 photos

... and stopped in the community of Seaside. It is, from what we've read, the nearest beach community to Portland, and it's where a lot of Portlanders spend summer weekends. We got there to find that even on Christmas day when most things are closed, a tourist trap is still a tourist trap.

There were a few decent places, but it was full of t-shirt shops, bumper cars, skeeball, and stores selling ****** trinkets made in China. Even on ...

Tillamook to Astoria

A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Jul 14, 2014

2 comments, 20 photos

... their collections and exhibits are nationally recognized and accredited--definitely an impressive place.

The exhibits focus on the history of the area, especially the fishing industry and the Columbia River Bar. The huge river brings a load of silt and debris from the Canadian Rockies 1200 miles away, then encounters the powerful swells and waves of the Pacific Ocean. This plus the weather creates one of the ...

One Day a Desert Rat, the next Day a beach bum

A travel blog entry by photokent on Jun 01, 2014

... Bay is usually sunny. (Editors note that tonight the clouds moved back in so no sunset.)looking south towards Manzanita Beach. Note fog bank further south This ...

Tillamook Air Museum and Quilt Trail

A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle on Aug 15, 2013

1 comment, 21 photos

... series of Blimp bases before and during World War II that provided a radius of protection on both coasts. Tillamook had two large hangers but one burned down in the 1990's. These Hangers were built of heavy timber beams-GIGANTIC beams as steel was used for the building of war machines and couldn't be spared for buildings. The entire history of the construction and 'life' of these hangers can be found in the 'hanger' museum. Most of the planes ...

Again: Rain, rain go away

A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen on Oct 15, 2012

22 photos

... were used to store hay. In 1993 hangar A burnt to the ground leaving just the concrete end door supports. Lucky for us that hangar B is still standing and is the site for the museum.

When we came out of the museum it was raining so hard it was like a waterfall on the sides of the hangar. Fortunately as we drove back to the campground the rain stopped for a short while so we decided to drive the Cape Loop Road along ...