Embarcadero Resort Hotel
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... the gate fell upon deaf ears. If you're coming to Yaquina Head....don't waste your time...and don't waste 7 bucks.
We wound up at another mom and pop hotel tonight.....it's right on the beach and I'm sure the view will be stunning when the sun comes up tomorrow. It's chilly out and Laurie is warming herself by the fake fireplace. We're looking at our options for tomorrow....and we hope to make it close to California. Let's see how it goes.
... will take more practice to get them right, so have a lot of odd lighted photos.The thing she finds the hardest is right light, where the sun is and how to change a setting to accommodate that.Then we have to stop the boat from moving- Charlie tries! Ha, Ha! But with animals moving so quickly, it's "catch it if you can" at the right setting - no second chances.
We took a drive up to the Yaquina Light houses (there are 2 of them, one at ...
After a couple of hiccoughs with the washing machine I finally managed to get 2 loads washed and dried. Didn't think I would ever look forward so much to doing washing! A drive down to the old wharf area this morning, quite quaint, lots of galleries selling local wok - nice but expensive. More seal!!! Lunch back at Schooners Landing, a plain old toasted cheese sandwich - nice. Downtown again to check out the wifi facilities at the library- good. Then off to Nye Beach. This ...
... cave knowing they are not there but out in the ocean. It was interesting, but no sighting of sealions in the water either. Great view of a light house and some birds. Our next stop was Cape Perpetua for the view. The rangers had out great plant exibits (yes, my new found berries were there). Then she mentions the whales in the waters outside where we saw two grey whales. It seems there is a small group that stays here all summer rather ...
... Oregon Coast Aquarium. It's not a cheap place ($18.95/adult, $11.95/child) but then zoos seldom are. And I must say that for what they offer to both kids and adults alike, it's a justifiable expense. It's indoor and outdoor and not at all large but very comprehensive. The focus is obviously on Oregon sea life but that's a pretty varied slice of life. There are lots of kids' interactive stations and the Deep Sea Tunnel of curved glass had all of us spinning ...