Benjamin Young Inn

Address: 3652 Duane St, Astoria, Oregon, 97103-2421, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 3652 Duane St, Astoria, is near Astoria Column, Columbia River Maritime Museum, and Heritage Museum.
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        Travel Blogs from Astoria

        Astoria...first port

        A travel blog entry by rachenry on Sep 30, 2015

        1 comment, 10 photos

        ... to climb for a panoramic view). We elected to do the walk, but to skip the column. It was very nice...and both Cathy and I were surprised, given the relatively older demographic on this ship, at just how many of our fellow passengers walked as well. It seems that many of our shipmates are reasonably healthy, active travellers and that bodes well for our upcoming excursions.
        On our way ...

        From the mountains to the sea

        A travel blog entry by jobyn on Sep 02, 2015

        4 photos

        We had a nice sleep in, waking after 9am. There were still a few droplets of rain in the cool morning air. For breakfast we had cereal and bagels scorched on the gas cooker, as we had no toaster.

        Unfortunately, even though the ground is wet, there is a total fire ban in Oregon and Washington due to the forest fires north of here, so no camp fires allowed.

        We packed up the camper and then headed off to The Mt St Helens information centre across ...

        Astoria to NewportAstoria to Newport

        A travel blog entry by cleanslate on Aug 18, 2015

        3 comments, 5 photos

        ... go by. Oregon has fully embraced (or maybe invented) the locavore approach to food, and so Tillamook’s ice cream flavors include local ingredients. Sadly, they did not have any kale granola crunch the day I was there.

        Back in Astoria, I went to Buoy Beer, a local craft brewery and restaurant, on the river for supper, mostly because they have a glass floor for viewing the sea lions snoozing on the pilings under ...

        Beavers and Ducks! Oregon. . .

        A travel blog entry by carolyn_frick on May 24, 2015

        1 comment, 53 photos

        ... Right up the road we visited the Blue Heron Cheese Factory, and the Tillamook Cheese Factory is also here, but a big line for the tour so we skipped that one and opted to go try out the Pelican Brewery offerings instead. We stopped next at Ft. Stevens State Park. Did another yurt here because of the rain. This was a really interesting area. We visited Fort Clatsop, where the Lewis & Clark, Sacagawea, expedition built, and spent the winter after establishing ...

        Day 3 & 4: Washington & Oregon Bound!

        A travel blog entry by numanoids on Aug 28, 2013

        31 photos

        ... only thing they are lacking, a suggestion from Joey's Facebook friend David, is a sleeping-bag turn down service completed with cute little acorns on our pillows.

        I love being on the coast. This trip is amazing. Again, we only have iPhone photos to share as the connection at this campsite is also really slow. Don't worry, you'll see the amazingness soon. Love you all! Thanks for following us on our journey down the coast of the United States!