- Adjoining Rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... most of the two days we had there. Ecola State Park was one of the top sights and since we were only a couple of miles away we drove there after we finished a circuit of the town.
Ecola State Park came with a small $5 fee but it was worth it. First we went to the view point where we had stunning views over the beach inlets along the coast and a little lighthouse perched on a lonely rock in the ocean. It was nice to just sit and watch the ocean for a short while ...
... Swedish, Sourdough and French Batter pancakes and bacon, sausage, eggs anyway you want them, oj, coffee, yada, yada! And they fed all 13 of us! It was comforting to know that we might not have to think of eating until noon, at least.
Sidenote: Did you notice our group is now only 13 instead of 15?! Teri ended up in the emergency room early this morning with Les by her side. Seems something ...
... biggest rock formation, haystack rock, we start thinking that actually it looks really familiar. A quick Google search later and we discover that it is in fact THE GOONIES BEACH! Gary spends he next twenty minutes trying to phone all his friends to say where he is. Bless him and his eternal childhood.
The surreal moment when we were getting up in the morning and we hear the ...
... the forecast is for sun the rest of the week as we go south.
Sunday came with a peek of blue in the sky and we were off with high expectations for the northern Oregon coast. We have just over one week to spend on the coast, then we turn southeast to cut through southern Oregon, slightly into northern California then drop south to hit Gerlach, Nevada, gateway for, well, you know what.
After some misguidance by Sheila, our GPS, we ...
... and a wet) climb back to the beach.
Next, we headed to Cannon Beach and ate lunch at a recommend little spot called Cannon Beach Hardware. Yes, the restaurant was inside a hardware store. Something I bet few people can say they have done, ha ha ha. The boys played in the sand at the beach, unfortunately it was high tide so we weren't able to walk out to Haystack Rock.