People go on vacation for all kinds of reasons: they need to rest and recharge; they want to experience adventure; or maybe they want to see something new and different. If you like your vacations with an emphasis on the latter two, you might consider a pilgrimage to a haunted hotel. Hotels all over the world have popped up in buildings with terrifying or odd histories, and claim their gory pasts as a way to attract people keen to lie in high thread-count sheets and feel terrified all night. Whether you prefer your ghosts anonymous or famous, corporeal or simply gusts of wind and weird clunking noises, there’s somewhere in the world for you.
“Ghost hotels” aren’t actually all that new. People have been fascinated by staying in places that allegedly have resident phantoms for centuries. Spiritual “seances”…..Click Here To Keep Reading
If you’re visiting Oregon to enjoy the region’s natural wonders or cultural trappings and want to enhance your stay with a little cannabis, an infused treat is an excellent choice. Oregon’s adult-use edibles are affordable, frequently low-dose, and offer the special-occasion highs that great travel stories are made of.
We compiled this list of Oregon’s most travel-friendly edibles to pair with your stop-through. Be sure to start small, keep what you buy in-state, and take a Lyft if you’ve imbibed.
Friendly advice: If you’re new to edibles, we recommend a 1:1 CBD-THC ratio. The cannabinoid CBD has been observed to ameliorate anxiety-related side effects of THC. With an equal dosage of CBD and THC, a calming, manageable experience is a more likely outcome…..Click Here To Keep Reading
Talk about the “Most Scenic Drives in the World” and you can never skip the mention of the Pacific Coast Highway. Hordes of people from near and far flock to the western coast of the United States of America every year to immerse themselves in a surreal ride through one of the most stunning landscapes of the planet. Beginning near California’s border with Oregon, the gorgeous route makes its way down to San Diego near the Mexico-United States border.
The hundreds of miles translate in to hours of drive past panoramic vistas of the Pacific, coastal villages, bustling metropolises, unspoiled natural landscapes and more. If you are contemplating a road trip on this magnificent route, then prepare for the time of your life. Though the ride is majestic, irrespective of the direction of your drive, north or south bound, it is typically recommended that you begin from the north and drive south so as to behold unscathed views of the coast and the ocean while driving on the right side of the road.
Another important thing to take in to consideration is where to start your trip. Though the typical Pacific Coast Highway road trip means a ride on California’s iconic Highway 1, you can stretch it out to Oregon or maybe further north to the state of Washington. So, pick the route that floats your boat. But after you have zeroed in on the route, comes the difficult part, which is – where to stop on this road trip? The Pacific Coast is dotted with some incredible stops and that’s what makes it a difficult task. But here are the best that are hard to miss….Click Here To Keep Reading
2740 S. Pacific – P.O. Box 219
Cannon Beach, Oregon 97110 Phone: (855) 977-2444
Offering the comfort and elegance of a boutique luxury hotel, the oceanfront Stephanie Inn invites you to retreat, relax and indulge yourself in beautiful Cannon Beach, Oregon. With a full range of spa services, specialty experiences and classes, and the finest Pacific Northwest cuisine on the Oregon Coast, your time with us will be unforgettable.
Free hot/cold buffet breakfast, free WiFi, and free parking
About 80 miles from Portland, Haystack Rock on Oregon’s breathtaking North Coast has been a beacon for generations. Before Highway 26 connected to coastal Highway 101, intrepid travelers would journey for seven hours to reach Cannon Beach – a trip that included the Ecola Toll Road and its 111 hair-pin curves between Seaside and Cannon Beach. Nestled between the ocean to the west and the Coastal Range of the Cascade Mountains to the east, Cannon Beach was stunning, hard to reach, and summer home to the many beach souls who sought welcome relief from the heat, noise and traffic of big city life. Today, people from all over the world come to Cannon Beach for the same reasons.
Hoteliers Jan and Steve Martin had long envisioned a place on the coast that would serve as a real beachfront retreat – more luxurious than their family‐oriented Surfsand Resort, four‐diamond lodging including massage services and gourmet dining. Named after their daughter Stephanie, this iconic inn was opened in 1993 and has become the definition of luxe coastal hospitality. We invite you to retreat, relax and indulge yourself. With a full range of services, special guest experiences, and the finest Pacific Northwest cuisine on the Oregon Coast, your time with us will be unforgettable. Come discover why this beautiful coastal inn remains an enduring Northwest icon.