Motel 6 Seaside Oregon
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Quite a distance from the beach, malls or facilities - but otherwise a good place to stay.
Good facilities - friendly and helpful staff.
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Yesterday we had our first horrific taste of travelling on the I.5 or Interstate 5. We hadn't realised that it was Memorial Day holiday, so the traffic was horrendous, so were the climatic conditions. It bucketed down the whole way from Seattle down to near our destination.
Trying to find a gas station was fun (not) as they were on the opposite side of the highway of course. This did not go down at all well with my driver!
... now closing for winter.
This has made for some tough going, especially when camping. Searching for a place to stay then putting up a saturated tent on a daily basis, after packing up each morning in the rain can dampen the best of spirits. But what I have found consistent is the utter kindness from people I have met on the road. Cold, wet and bedraggled, strangers have continued to humble me with their offers of help, be it words if ...
... br> You Mercans moan about your lack of history compared to the rest of the world.
This is a stunning piece of history. You let one burn down and now the air museum's lease is running out and they are being kicked out, it will be then used as an RV park and after that there is talk of pulling it down.
For crying out loud, if you want history, bloody well keep and develop what you ...
... little deli that specialized in grilled cheese. Jim had provolone, bacon, and tomato. Barbara had ham and cheddar. Yum, yum.
We were not blessed with clear skies today. For several days, we’ve had what people call “May Gray”. It’s overcast with low clouds and foggy mist. The temperatures are moderate, but after several very warm days for ...
A couple of months ago, if someone were to ask to me how I would envisage a rainforest, I'd go for the usual - Amazonia, humid, full of exotic and deadly beings - a world away from anywhere, with no parallels anywhere else on the planet. I'm sure some of you geography kids out there wouldn't have fallen into this trap, but I'm guessing the vast majority would have been in the same boat as me. A shame - cos its the wrong boat.