Pacific City, Oregon Hotels, Lodging: Rentals, Inns, Motels Official Guide
(Pacific City, Oregon) – That soaring dune of the north Oregon coast landmark known as Cape Kiwanda and its rugged, jagged features: that’s in some ways just the beginning of the striking features of Pacific City. This once sleepy hamlet has exploded in the last two decades to not only become a force of nature (when it comes to the natural features), but a place where cushy, plush and vibrant civilization are just steps away from the wild sands.
Some of the hotels,
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Sally Compton takes her first dive among the sharks at the Oregon Coast Aquarium in Newport.
Anna Reed, Statesman Journal
Widespread fear of the ocean swept across the world after
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All campfires and open flames are now banned at Oregon’s state parks, including those at the coast.
The ban took effect at 10 a.m. Thursday in response to Oregon Gov. Kate Brown’s declaration of a fire emergency.
“The campfire and open flame ban includes campgrounds, day-use areas, and all areas of the Ocean Shore
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A day after playing more than 90 minutes of scoreless sun-drenched soccer against the Los Angeles Football Club, the Portland Timbers messed around at Santa Monica beach.
“If you come to L.A. and you stay a couple of extra days between games and you’re so close to the beach I think it’s normal for the guys to spend time there,” said Timbers head coach Giovanni Savarese, whose players wrestled in the surf on Monday ahead of their second match in just four days against LAFC at Banc of California Stadium.
Two of Major League Soccer’s best clubs vie for entry into the semifinals
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While sprawling resorts have their place, there’s something special about smaller-scale lodging. Often nestled in scenic towns, with deep ties to the community, inns and bed-and-breakfasts provide an immersive way to explore a new place. But there’s no need to sacrifice quality for charm. At these 13 Restaurant Award winners along the East Coast, guests can experience world-class wines in settings that feel like a home away from home.
To check out more wine-and-food destinations around the world, see Wine Spectator’s more than 3,700 Restaurant Award–winning picks, including the 91 Grand Award recipients worldwide that hold our highest honor.
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MANZANITA — The Nehalem Valley Historical Society presents “The History of Surfing,” 3 p.m. Saturday, July 21.
Discover more about surfing on the beautiful North Coast with Dan Matthews, a surfer, shaper and educator.
The presentation takes place at the Pine Grove Community Center, 225 Laneda Ave. Admission is free. Sponsors for this event are San Dune Pub and Bahama Mama’s in Manzanita.
Matthews began surfing on the Oregon Coast in 1964. By 1967 he had shaped and glassed his
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Jack O’Connell (left) portrays Brick and Sienna Miller is Maggie in “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.” Photo by Johan Persson
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Thanks to this modern world, you can now enjoy the a theatre production from London’s National Theatre without the hassle that flying in this
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