The Edgecliff Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... one of the most important and prosperous cities in Oregon. Originally named after the French aristocrat and the hero of the American Revolution, Le Marquis de Lafayette (General Lafayette). No I'm not just a pretty face! Finally Newport! Today the exploring began. Beach time this morning! Ney beach with the tide out, perfect bully weather, and sand.....finally I feel at home. Moms says we found the perfect beach to run on. I think I'll fake ...
... was driving. Just before cresting the summit there was a small sign which said "Brake Check Area Ahead". Nice notice, no urgency such as "Trucks MUST Check Brakes" ... but something about it made me sit up. At the same time as we came to the Brake Check Area which was a small pullout that would hold only four or five trucks or other rigs (nothing like the Brake Check Areas I was used to seeing) there were a couple of other regular size warning signs ...
... of Seattle. After Seattle burned down in the 1800's, they rebuilt the town on top of the old. Very interesting seeing the buildings windows, doors, and sidewalks underground. We then spent some time wandering around the Pike Place Market and, of course, we had to stand in line at the very first Starbucks store. Sa**************ed to Astoria, Oregon, and climbed the column and visited Fort ...
After driving through Albany, Oregon, we were once again into hills on which were planted HUGE vineyards. We arrived in Salem at 10:30, stopping in downtown to go to the Visitors’ Center to get some information on the town. We had hoped to take a tour but there was none. The very nice lady that worked there sent us to a visitor’s parking lot down next to the Willamette River where she said we would be able to park and then take ...
... at the coast had led the other trekkers to believe that the walk would be coldish as well. So while my husband, brother-in-law, and sister-in-law broke out their specialized hiking clothes with the full hiking boots, I wore sneakers, my yoga pants, and a T-shirt. I was prepared to freeze but as we moved just a few miles inland the temp increased rapidly, aha who's worried now? At any rate it is a great ...