La Quinta Inn & Suites Newport

Address: 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

    Beach time

    A travel blog entry by sjrhind on Apr 06, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... Odd to see a French named town in Oregon. So I did a little research on Google....Lafayette was founded in 1847 by Joel Perkins, an early pioneer to the Oregon Territory. Lafayette was situated on the main Indian trail that traversed the Willamette Valley at a point on the Yamhill River known for years as Yamhill Falls. The town grew slowly at first, but grew by leaps and bounds after gold was discovered in California. In the early 1850's, ...

    Oregon Lighthouse Trail pt 3: SEAL Team 5

    A travel blog entry by soppe on Aug 03, 2014

    1 comment, 75 photos

    ... for that.















































    Now...the one thing I failed to photograph was also the one thing my mom didn't notice: a ...

    Day Forty: Setting Sights On The Columbia River

    A travel blog entry by timoverton on Nov 24, 2012

    3 photos

    ... to a fertile agricultural valley. The sun was out and now I was riding along side a river, as it wound through (what I thought looked like) prosperous dairy farms. The river led into a peaceful cove with a cheese making company and winery. Eventually, the cove led back to the raging Pacific Ocean. One route into Washington State is to cross a bridge over the mouth of the Columbia River. Today I wanted to have a look at the bridge before ...

    Lots of great things to see today

    A travel blog entry by royandclaudia on Jan 07, 2012

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... to park and walked back to the main commercial area of town. There is a whale watching centre where you could go in and use binoculars to watch for whales. On their southern migration, they are three or four or even five miles out in the ocean so seeing them spray is hard with the naked eye. We watched for a bit but couldn't see any so headed off to see the rest of the harbour area. We crossed under the highway and came out overlooking the tiny ...

    Florence and running down the dunes in Honeyman

    A travel blog entry by journeyer on May 09, 2010

    26 photos

    ... Although I like the city, I need time in nature at places without many people. I probably wouldn’t be happy living in a rural location. Contrast is good. Appreciate and notice the beauty and advantages of each through their contrast.

    Harvey announces on the way back that it’s been about 2 hours since eating and he’s feeling better. What a relief. It would seem that ...