Hideaway Motel

Address: 810 SW 10th Street , Lincoln City, Oregon, 97367, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 810 SW 10th Street , Lincoln City, is near Chinook Winds Casino & Convention Center, Tanger Outlets Lincoln City, Salishan Lodge and Golf Resort Spa, and Barking Dog Farm.
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      Travel Blogs from Lincoln City

      A Trip Down Hwy 101

      A travel blog entry by stebbsntoneman on Jul 26, 2014

      21 photos

      ... Bay where we saw our first gray whale! Next we stopped at the Devil's Punch Bowl, a collapsed natural sea cave, where we viewed the gaping hole from the rocks above, and then hiked down to explore the tide pools and the cavern below. From the beach, we gazed out at the waves and watched more whales breech the water and spew from their blow holes. After a quick breakfast, we headed to the Yaquina Point Lighthouse, where we avoided the day use fee by parking at ...

      A Beautiful Day for a Bike Ride

      A travel blog entry by mcshea on Jul 25, 2013

      5 comments, 5 photos

      Brian and Bill rolled out of Corvallis at about 10:30 under a lot of sunshine and a clear blue sky. The first 30 miles meandered through farmlands on the Western side of the Willamette River Valley. Numerous farm stands populated the roads. They climbed up and over the Coastal Range through thick green forests and crossed ...

      Night 14: Whale Watching

      A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 03, 2012

      14 photos

      ... resident gray whales. The captains know each one by personality. The migrating whales are only seen in spring and fall. Occasinally an
      orca or blue whale passes by, but it is rare. The state keeps a count of orcas as if they were bears or cougars. The orca feasts on the young greys from time to time, but are also fans of harbor seals and sea lions ...

      Three Capes Scenic Loop

      A travel blog entry by roganna on Sep 13, 2010

      11 photos

      ... 4 miles return). Brie - at times, we had memories of climbing Pacaya in Guatamala; Ryan - other times, we had flashbacks of the slippery, cobblestone path to our hut in Yelapa, Mexico. Dar & Julie - there were way too many squats and lunges on that trail - up and down, up and down!

      We were exhausted after that, so back to our Cape Lookout campsite for the night.


      Sea Lions, Whales and a Waterfront Location

      A travel blog entry by momadunc on Apr 15, 2010

      38 photos

      ... was at the Depoe Bay where we were treated to a close-up visit by a grey whale. We didn't get a great photo but it sure was fun to watch! Much of the drive today was right on the coast and the scenery was fantastic. One thing we noticed though was that we were frequently in and out or areas marked as high risk tsunami areas that were almost at ocean level. The amount of development in these areas amazed us. I ...