Best Western Inn At Face Rock
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Indoor pool
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... car park above and far away from the rocks), before even getting out of the car, you could hear the seals in their abundance. Seeing the seals/sea lions was very difficult as they were so far away, but you could just make out the rocks, moving with the moving mammals. We visited as many little bays and beaches as we could, then headed back to the hotel to exercise and freshen up. We decided to go back to Sunset Bay for the sunset, so set off at 7:30 in order to get there ...
... now and the grass all burnt. Busy road with double and even triple trucks! Near Salem, the capital of Oregon there were fields and fields of vines. We came across the Willamette River again. Eventually we turned off the I 5 T Exit 288 and onto the. I205 near Oregon City. We came upon the Willamette Falls viewpoint . We soon arrived in Boring- and it was! Just a small rural town, where ...
... was 35-45 degrees cooler than the Medford that we left behind, just three hours inland. If not for the sustained 225 mph winds, Bandon would make a lovely summer home. Heading in to the town, this was the first that I learned the upgrade I had just installed on the google maps navigator requires a data connection to provide directions. Prior to the upgrade, I only needed a GPS ...
... of hotel was not a coincidence).
After dutifully catching up on each other's lives over the past few years, we head down to the beach to explore. It's overcast and a tad chilly, but that doesn't stop us from playing footy, leaping, running and rolling down massive sand hills, climbing the neat rock formations, and generally mucking about. By the time we returned back to the house, both Kael and Chloe are only sporting underwear ...
As we turned into the festival we spied a bakery and we decided to check it out on the way out. Judy and Pete got there first and were on their way out….they got slammed with all the festival goers and had only a few desserts left. Our luck, but we saw The High Tide Café two buildings down and decided to check it out. The menu looked interesting and we walked into the dining room. It was decorated with different tables and ...