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... drive - seems like a tank after the Mazda 2 but I am managing. Only terrified Rob and myself a couple of times so far. We have driven through some beautiful forested areas to get here and here there are beautiful waterways.
The B&B is great - all meals on bone China - I love it!!! It is a heritage listed house with US Historical Monuments. Needs a little work but the ...
... holy grail, The Goonies house itself. I was like a kid in a candy store. The reason I will always love Carla is that she didn't once judge me and went along for the ride with a smile on her face. What a trooper. After the shameless fan stalking we decided it was time for some dinner. As I mentioned before Astoria still looks like it never left the 80's. And this includes the restaurants. Most of the eating establishments in town looked like they specialised in greasy ...
... to invest in Snapseed to make a loser picture look great!)
Finally check-in time at The Wayside Inn in Cannon Beach. This hotel has a perfect location near the Haystack and nice clean rooms. The only drawback is there is no elevator and most of us were on the third level. Steve reminded me of our early marriage agreement for travel. It reads like this: “You are responsible for carrying anything you ...
We found it! We found the house's used in Goonies. We also found the jail, the courthouse and the place that the boys father worked at. The rock that you see the ship come out from behind is actually off the shore of Cannon Beach. It is called Haystack Rock. We passed it along the way and were making comments about how much it looks like Morro Rock.
The houses where the boys lived are privately owned and you are allowed to photograph them, ...
... s true what they say about Americans being proud of their work. The nice driver was Dawn, and she took us down a scenic, tree lined route to Astoria, via a place called Seaside and a couple of adorable coastal towns. It was dark by the time we reached Astoria so I didn't see any of it, and had to walk half a mile or so to my hotel along a not very well lit main street. Bit scarey and unexpected, but luckily my journey back will be in daylight so not bad. Woke ...