Economy Inn Reedsport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
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... time and I’ve spent pretty much every day since either emailing or calling the stupid *****. We got to the desk and were once again told we hadn’t paid the one way fee. I called Cartrawler and went mental at some stupid **** Eastern European woman until she put the phone down.
With that forgotten we picked up our Hyundai which is a massive step up from the Nissan and has the bonus option of letting me drive it manually. We now have two and a half days ...
... lived, fished, hunted and gathered along Coos Bay and its estuaries, along rivers, and in meadows and forests. Approximately 400 years ago, British and Spanish explorers first approached the South Coast. In 1579 Sir Francis Drake is purported to have sought shelter for his ship, the Golden Hinde, around Cape Arago.
We arrived at our accommodation for the evening and it was at the Red Lion Hotel. We were allocated our room but on entry we gagged at ...
... We did pick a good spot to enjoy the Oregon Coast. This area is where a lot of seals and sea lions spend the summer. After the beach, we got the scooter and found where they were. There were hundreds of them and they were all "barking" at the same time.
This also looked like a good place to have a nice seafood dinner so we rode the scooter in the fishing town of Charleston and had a very ...
... Access to it is via a logging road, a gravel road in good condition until we passed the last logging access. Then it was pothole city. He'd told us it was rough and he was right! But, it was a gorgeous drive. We reached the end of the road and walked through the dunes to the beach just as the fog rolled back in. There were only a few fishermen on the ...
... list items. I will be headed to Peru to see Machu Picchu, Lake Titicaca, the Amazon Jungle, Cuzco, and Lima. I used to be all about relaxing on a vacation, like spending time on a warm sandy beach. I still enjoy that, but I get so much more out of a vacation when I can explore, research, study the local history of the area, and meet the locals. In addition, if I can tie it into something related to family history that makes it that much ...