The Edgecliff Motel
Travel Blogs from Lincoln City
Day 144 - Last Day in Seaside - heavy rain so we sent to the "The Butler" - fantastic movie!
Day 145 - Newport, OR - we are staying just over the bridge at a marina. Beautiful location. Today we went in search of two lighthouses in the area. One is the Yaquina Bay Lighthouse (the shortest lighthouse in service from 18471-1874) and the Yaquina Head Lighthouse - still ...
... to the harbour, for you people who have a dislike for fish you wouldn’t have liked the fishy smell. we stayed down there until dinner time, of course we had to have fish for dinner. We both chose the Tuna Mignon it was delicious the photo doesn't do it justice. Bummer of the day the selector dial on my camera broke off. As usual I can't get a word in as Sylvia has said it all!!(Reg) He would say that wouldn't ...
... the label though which was slightly concerning. As you can imagine the combination of the foods I've mentioned so far make for some pretty fruity tent times and I'm thankful for the extra ventilation the type of tent we chose for travelling has; wise move indeed. I have also become addicted to hot chocolate sachets which form the beginning and end of each day ...
... of course I have the fish tacos while everyone else tries the chowder. I tasted the chowder and it was very good. The tacos were also good.
Now we head north again on highway 101. First stop is boiler bay where we see whales spouting. Pretty impressive. Then a stop at the Ben Jones Bridge and back to Days Inn at Newport, Oregon
... towns struggling to get by on the tourist trade now that the fishing and lumber industries are in decline. At Gold Beach there are high cliffs cut bythe Rogue river which in the past deposited gold. All gone now but still a beautiful spot.
The coast is a series of bays, sometimes backed by lagoons, with sea stacks guarding each point. Many of the headlands have ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed