Columbia River Inn Bed and Breakfast

Address: 1681 Franklin Ave, Astoria, Oregon, 97103-3641, 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, Heritage Museum, and Shallon Winery.
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        Travel Blogs from Astoria


        A travel blog entry by i.d.k. on Sep 28, 2015

        2 comments, 21 photos

        ... the day. The shops opened at 9am and I decided to see if there were any sales. I still haven't decided whether I’m going to get that "I wish I was on a dam ship" mug or not. It would be a pain in the arss to get home safely and I’m not sure I can have it at work which is where I would probably drink hot chocolate from it and I don’t need it and really… do I NEED any of the junk I lug home on vacation?? ...

        From the mountains to the sea

        A travel blog entry by jobyn on Sep 02, 2015

        4 photos

        ... we met up with the mighty Columbia River. As we drove along the valley we stopped to admire the view. We don't see rivers a mile wide too often in Australia, and the green hills and flats were beautiful.

        One stop was a bit strange - it was a park called the County Line where four Washington State counties had pooled resources to build a riverside park. It was a long thin stretch of gravel, most of it custom made for RVs to camp. The clientele ...

        Astoria to NewportAstoria to Newport

        A travel blog entry by cleanslate on Aug 18, 2015

        3 comments, 5 photos

        ... stream. It was magical with the sun slanting through 200ft-tall Douglas fir trees. Unlike Ecola, Oswald beach doesn’t have any seastacks and so just a few tide pools at either end of the crescent of powdery sand. It’s a deep beach, too: at low tide, I’m sure it was 500m from the beach access at the edge of the forest to the surf. Oswald does have a fairly strong surf, and there were lots of surfers trying (and a ...

        Beavers and Ducks! Oregon. . .

        A travel blog entry by carolyn_frick on May 24, 2015

        1 comment, 53 photos

        ... served four days a week from an old fishing boat. They don't use the normal cod or halibut, they use albacore tuna, and it's really good. And thats all they serve, fish and chips. And people are lined up down the block, tourists and locals alike. Aaron really liked The Buoy Beer Company brewpub. I think he wants a job there. Our last stop here was The Column (see pic). Built in 1926, it is 125 feet tall and has 164 step spiral staircase inside, to the top for ...

        The mighty Columbia River

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

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... donned our trust Burmese raincoats and braved the elements.

        Kate M and boys; Puppa says thanks for making him climb Barrenjoey Lighthouse as it was good training for the trail walk I made him do today. About a mile up and down hills to reach Cape Disappointment lighthouse at the northern tip of the entry to the river in the pouring rain and when we got there is was blowing a ...