Columbia River Inn Bed and Breakfast

Address: 1681 Franklin Ave., Astoria, Oregon, 97103, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 1681 Franklin Ave., Astoria, is near Columbia River Maritime Museum, Fort George Brewery and Public House, Shallon Winery, and Heritage Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Astoria

    Trip down the Coast

    A travel blog entry by maustravels on Feb 03, 2015

    We drove down the coast via US 101 to Astoria ....interesting small town with a large logging port as well as fishing boats. There is a huge bridge spanning the Columbia River to Long Beach Wash. And another bridge down the coastline of Oregon. We passed lots of logging trucks and hills that had been clear cut at some point. Went through Seaside which was very tacky and crowded and eventually came to ...

    The mighty Columbia River

    A travel blog entry by nana-jan on Dec 10, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... our rooms are good.....we get to catch the river in all its moods. And it has had a few since we arrived. No traffic on the river at the moment as the bar is closed to most shipping (except the local crab boats as the season has just started) as there is a bit of a wind gusting - 70 - 80 knots about the coast and early there was fog and now heavy rain. It has not spoiled our time here ...

    Oregon

    A travel blog entry by rsmonterusso on Jul 31, 2014

    ... packed with stuff. I started out the day in Portland at Powell's books. I was there early enough to have some peace searching for items. I left before the crowd picked up and managed to walk away having spent only $40, a modest sum for me. I wasn't sure what else to do in Portland (I'm sure I missed a lot) and I hate city driving so I made for the coast on ...

    Coastal Destination!

    A travel blog entry by txherrins on Jun 02, 2014

    5 photos

    ... The Peter Iredale, a British Barque that shipwrecked in 1906, is visible at low tide. (During World War II the U.S. mainland saw live bombardment from Japanese submarines when live shells were fired at Ft. Stevens on June 20, 1942. Though the wrecked Peter Iredale was in the line of fire, no damage was done to it. The next day rolls of barbed wire were strung from Point ...

    A wonderful hotel stay!!!

    A travel blog entry by worldorbust on Oct 12, 2013

    21 photos

    We stayed in a little river/ocean side town today. It was right at the mouth of the Columbia river. We took a walk along the pier and ate bagel bites for dinner. (thanks gas station microwave) In the morning we had a wonderful continental breakfast at the hotel and were on our way. As we drove down the coast we tried to go to the Lewis and Clark national Monument, ...