La Quinta Inn & Suites Newport

45 Southeast 32nd St., Newport, Oregon, 97365, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 45 Southeast 32nd St., Newport, is near Hatfield Marine Science Center, Oregon Undersea Gardens, Marine Discovery Tours, and Fishermen's Memorial Sanctuary.
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    Travel Blogs from Newport

    On the Beach

    A travel blog entry by tswine on Oct 03, 2014

    9 photos

    ... be a factor. As a result, it is a little more challenging to find a place to stay on the weekends-that is, a place with cable TV. I've conceded to this amenity to keep my driver happy! We stopped at a camp at Seal Beach, but Jim vetoed the spot which was quite small and not very level. We learned our lesson the hard way! We kept driving and found a small RV "resort" tucked between the lush green mountains of the Coast Range and the dramatic waves of ...

    Oregon Lighthouse Trail pt 3: SEAL Team 5

    A travel blog entry by soppe on Aug 03, 2014

    1 comment, 75 photos

    ... I'm certain, I saw the fin. I've reviewed the structure of the gray whale: unless it was swimming on its side with only the tail partially exposed, and the tail was larger than normal and a different color and also shaped more like a shark's fin...I'm certain. I stood agape. No photos, no acknowledgment. Just me and the shark. Quietly, after ...


    A travel blog entry by tomanderson on May 12, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    The journey from Gold Beach to Newport is along the coast. No more trips through the red giants. So all the photos show a coastal view. We had stopped at one of these points called Point Perpetua. I was busy looking at the adjacent bridge and reading the three plaques. Liz shouted me over. She had finally seen her elusive whales. i.e. not yours truly. Out to sea were spouts. It looked like a mother and calf. We watched them till they got too ...

    Haunted Light House

    A travel blog entry by wlkbout on Dec 06, 2011

    21 photos

    ... fly stand-by they don't much care what happens to you or your bag. Luckily the United guy at the desk was very helpful and rerouted her bag to Crescent City, CA, which was our next stop on our trip. Since I had already paid for parking at the airport that night we slept in the airport parking lot. December 6th had ended.

    I had so enjoyed the Oregon Dunes that I took Jennifer there the next morning (though not to the same location). ...

    Backwashing along the coast

    A travel blog entry by valliegrl on Feb 25, 2010

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... with nap time so it took longer than expected. There is a really cool campground there, however, that would be great during the summer.

    At the end of the Giant Spruce trail, where you see some progressively larger trees all the way to full fledged old growth trees. The 'Monarch' as the forest service puts it, is 500 years old and was 225 feet tall until a wind storm blew off the top 35 feet. It's bottom has a cool cave that kids can run through and it ...