Embarcadero Resort Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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... least that's what we think it was) but were fortunately persuaded that $750 for a trip in the front gunners seat probably wasn't worth it. A friendly guide explained how the under gunner crouched in the sphere hanging under the plane with his knees up by his ears as he shot between his legs while the rear gunner knelt in the back cockpit in an equally uncomfortable position. We decided to skip the Tillamook Cheese factory (who'd have thought so much ...
What more can be said about the Oregon Coast other than stunning, spectacular -- there aren't enough appropriate adjectives! Someone once said, "When God created the earth, He spent a little extra time on the Oregon Coast". The drive north from Florence to Newport was probably the most beautiful we've had so far -- right along the coast with crashing waves and blue ocean. And, yes, it was our fourth day without fog, which is probably one of the ...
... Marilyn pulled a muscle in the back of her leg when in Seaside and was still nursing it with walking and heat. Much better as we write this, but still being very careful of it. Then she came down with a cold last week, now over with and back to regular self.
We have taken the boat out twice on Beaver Creek and it was both beautiful days. This creek offers some of the most beautiful reflections, as the water is so still in early ...
... bought at the Pike Place market were finally consumed. Beach and mangoes two of my favourite things! It was gloriously sunny too which made the day.
The Oregon coast is just beautiful. Small seaside towns, spectacular bridges, cliffs, rocks, clear blue water and the odd Gray whale. We caught sight of a whale close to shore in a quiet bay at one of the many visa points we ...
... where sits a tiny town subsisting on tourism and fishing. Last year we took a charter out into the rolling sea here in an unsuccessful attemp to see whales. We looked out into the bay, which us hone to resident gray whales year round. Usually these whales migrate from Mexico to Alaska, but a few decided Depoe Bay was a good place to stay year round. With Ana and the wind we wouldn't be trying a charter so we watched the bay from shore. We saw nothing. In ...