Grayland Motel and Cottages

Address: 2013 State Rt. 105, Grayland, Washington, 98547, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 2013 State Rt. 105, Grayland, is near Grayland Beach State Park.
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        Travel Blogs from Grayland

        Camped near the Ford dealer!!!!!

        A travel blog entry by ccwalter on Oct 11, 2015

        2 comments, 5 photos

        ... our door, and we have been entertained most of the day by watching the fisherman. Yes they are catching some big salmon. Some from shore, and then the natives are allowed to net them.
        Shandell met us for dinner, had some great fish and chips. So now we will be at the dealers door at 730am to beg for them to fix us. We talked to the salesman and he said they are good about working people in.
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        Astoria, Long Beach and Jake the Alligator Boy

        A travel blog entry by shutrbug on Oct 09, 2015

        15 photos

        Took care of a few chores this morning, then on our way to Astoria by mid morning.
        Stopped in Clatskanie to have our picnic lunch.
        In Astoria, we passed on the attractions we have already seen - the Maritime Museum and the Astoria Column - and instead spent the afternoon poking through some antique malls. Paul found some old tools he wanted so it was a successful afternoon.
        Dinner at the Ship Inn was ...

        Visiting with Tim and Shandell.

        A travel blog entry by ccwalter on Oct 09, 2015

        7 photos

        ... is across a river from La Push. The pile of drift logs is huge, as you can see from the picture. Some are 5 ft in diameter and the pile is 100 feet deep. The rocks are pretty amazing also. This is what is left after years of erosion. There is wildlife, birds, fish that come no closer to shore than these rocks.
        At Forks there is a tree on display that is 13 feet in diameter, but still not the nations largest. On down ...

        Day 33 - at sea

        A travel blog entry by marionbenson on Feb 06, 2014

        2 photos

        We woke up about 8.00am to a rather cloudy start to the day.
        Temp: 27 C
        Wind: 5
        Sea state: slight
        We had travelled 253 nautical miles from yesterday.
        We both felt tired this morning and just basically pootled about, I also popped down to photograph place and entered two more photos.We missed lunch and went to "Orangery" for afternoon tea.Most of the afternoon was spent relaxing,strolling ...

        Stage 1 - An inauspicious start!

        A travel blog entry by dna5758 on Jun 07, 2013

        5 photos

        This is Ann's turn to write the daily update. We started out just as I’d half expected – in the rain. When I woke up at 5:45 am, it was still fairly clear off to the east, and I thought we ought to get up and start riding right then. But, of course, instead of waking everyone else up, I just went back to bed. So when we actually started at a little after 9, the mist was settling into real rain. We stood with our wheels in ...