Seagull Beach Front Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSeagull Beach Front Motel Lincoln City
We were looking for a cheaper hotel that had free WIFI and a view of the ocean. This place has a great view from our room of the beach.
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... squawking away. I do love it though !! We set of pretty late as we had to dry everything out from yesterday however we still did 40 miles the weather was great and a lot was on the Oregon scenic road we took another short cut on the old 101 which took us through forested glades with no traffic after an amazing hair pin decent we arrived at devils lake park where lentils ...
... Campground- a little-known campground directly on the beach.
Later, we went to the only laundromat in town and met an interesting woman: she travels wherever there is a forest fire and maps the wildfire. This helps the firefighters with their strategy and helps keep everyone safely out of the way. She works out of a base camp that is set up at each wildfire, but had been there a few weeks and really needed to ...
... I keep forgetting to mention how green it is here. I actually saw a little flower blooming today and when we were in Long Beach, I saw veggie gardens - with veggies still growing! Still not very warm but it is green!
Also - note the new blog title - thanks Peter - you're so creative. I hope you all read Wind in the Willows in your childhood :)
And one last thing...this may be it for a few days as I don't think we will have access to ...
... by poorly signed road closures and possibly the worst pot-holed road we have ever driven. Still, the views were good, especially from Cape Meares State Park with its coast vista of more rock arches, a lighthouse and octopus-imitating Sitka spruce.
In complete constrast, the next day was raining and overcast. We spent sometime outlet shopping for some replacement travel clothes for Mark and admiring the glass blowing studio in ...
... many of them restored and functioning. Soon, we were able to identify his bridges by the deco obelisks that flanked the entrances and the wonderful arches that were his signature.
We would have been content to stay longer at the coast, but we are behind in our itinerary and need to head off to our next destination, Crater Lake, before snow moves in. We’ll be heading back to the coast after that, but this time in Northern California. ...