Ocean Breeze Motel
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Ocean Breeze Motel Florence
Travel Blogs from Florence
... Yachats in the afternoon and found some
interesting sights. We saw a log church from the outside and through the
windows (already closed for the day). We also found a state park up the side of
a mountain to take in the ocean views. It still amazes us – the beauty we see.
On Wednesday we went into Florence. Didn’t know there were
so many Florences! There was an Old Town Florence down by the Siuslaw River
This coastal drive is said by many to be the most beautiful drive on the planet. For us it has certainly lived up to its reputation! Gorgeous, gorgeous vistas overlooking the Pacific, waves gently lapping on golden beaches that stretch as far as the eye can see, or breaking against craggy cliffs elsewhere. Small, rocky islands rise up out of the water at times, some with just a solitary ...
... he was going down hill. The dog was fine, the rider was done. Back on the bike and up and down more huge hills. Several of those hills were one to two miles of up hill at a time. I mean BIG hills! I don't know how or why any of these people do this!
Back into transition and put your bike stuff away and put your running shoes on. Again it's two laps of this course for a total of 6 miles. This course is through a thick canopy of trees ...
... Little Italy as a belated birthday present. It was very good and in a great old building which was once a hotel and the room for the restaurant was their entrance and waiting area. Quite fancy in the day I'm sure.
Ore Oregon coastline is rugged with huge holders from the Volcano days and it makes for a very picturesque coastline. All beaches seem to be pretty rough with lots of warning signs but they would be great walking beaches that's for sure.
... the sea, sends out the strongest beam of light on the coast and is visible 21 miles out to sea. There’s a trail up to the lighthouse and lightkeeper’s house that’s now a bed and breakfast. The parking lot was packed, so we just checked out the beach area and headed on up the coast.
Next stop was Cape Perpetua, 2700 acres of beach area, old growth forests and lots of hiking paths throughout. ...