Comfort Inn Newport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Excellent Hotel! Clean and near the beach. Great Cookies!
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Today is the day we finally left the wind tunnel called The Dalles. The Columbia Gorge was "gorgeous", but The Dalles was just too industrial, and because of the gorge, it was always windy threre. That might be great for windsurfing, but not so good for motorcycles. Unfortunately, the weather took a turn for the colder today, so in addition to the …
Well we thought today might be a fairly uneventful drive 140 miles south from Cannon Beach to Newport. But every corner we turned led to a new interest. We made an early-ish start after breakfast at Ocean Lodge - said farewell to the waitress whose mother was born in West Byfleet (name of Goddard in case any Woking-ite's recognise the name). The day was overcast with low cloud in from over the sea. Near the coastal fishing village of Garibaldi we were ...
Slept pretty well until I heard air brakes on a semi crossing Yaquina Bay Bridge at 5 a.m. Really, for the most part, quieter than staying in a motel. I could get used to that! However, old people are earlier risers than us. They talk loudly because ...
... Recreation Area (near Florence, OR). When we got there we waited for our tour from the Sandland Adventures Company. When it was our turn Ainsley and I got on helmets and googles and buckled in and took off. We had a crazy yet fun driver named Matt. At one part we went complete sideways for 5 to 10 seconds! Unfortunately, our tour ended and we drove to the campsite. It was super fun and exciting adventure! Love, ...
... that they can fly. The otters were so cute, lying on their backs snoozing then waking to wash their hands and feet then going back to their snooze. You will have to look closely at my pictures - it is probably hard to figure out what you are looking at!
There was a display called Underwater Passages that was a series of walk-through, 360 degree tanks. One was full of sharks; others had salmon and mackerel and umpteen ...