|Morning view from Brookings, OR|
Left Brookings and headed up 101 and stopped in Port Orford, OR for lunch. Port Orford, Oregon is the oldest town on the Oregon Coast and is the most westerly in the 48 states. Port Orford, OR is a working fishing port and has an active art community. The rain cloud found us in Port Orford, OR and we had rain the rest of the way up to Portland, OR. We drove up 101 to north of Coos Bay and cut across to I-5 and went through the little town of Drain. I find some town names interesting.
|Bridge in Port Orford, OR|
|Building in Port Orford, OR|
|View from the bridge|
When we got to Portland, we found the hotel, which was another Residence Inn, and checked in and parked the car for the entire time we were in Portland. I like taking public transportation, when it is good and available. We had an awesome view from our room and we totally enjoyed this hotel.