Sea Breeze Court
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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When reading about things to do in and around Portland, we had spotted that there was a pretty drive, past multiple waterfalls, along the Columbia river. We decided we would do this when we left Portland to head to Cannon Beach, as the drive to Cannon Beach itself was relatively short and easy.
As it happened on the day, we decided to …
... that exploit but they very kindly wished us luck...... although there did seem to be a slightly haunted look in the guys eyes. Of course that could have just been our imagination. Following this interesting meeting we decided it was time to find a bed for the evening. We had long since given up trying to plan ahead. It's just not our style. So we did a bit of driving until we found a motel that didn't say "No Vacancy", checked the rates and settled in for the ...
... with its bronze statue of Lewis and Clark and their dog, Seaman, which made the whole journey with them! The Salt Works were important to the expedition since salt was vital for preserving the food during the winter and their travels. Cannon Beach was our destination for the evening. We stayed at Tolovana Inn, and devoured homemade chili and clam chowder soup at Bill's Tavern, the only restaurant that hadn't rolled up its sidewalks yet! ...
... all the waterfall madness yesterday in the Columbia River Gorge, I felt compelled to check online if there were any waterfalls near Astoria. And sure enough, I found directions to Youngs River Falls, conveniently located between Astoria and Cannon Beach. From Astoria, we took Business 101 south across the bridge over Youngs River and then turned left onto Youngs River Road. After about 7.5 miles, we turned ...
... wide variety of places you are exposed to is staggering. You have to be ready for anything and especially, for nothing. Some “primitive” campsites are merely a spot of dirt with a sign and an envelope to put your money in. Others are all out resorts with a capital R – the big massive KOA’s that cater to those people in $200k, Fire Engine size RV’s that often sport living rooms that are as big as my house, that will shell out ...