Commodore Hotel

Address: 258 14th Street, Astoria, Oregon, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 258 14th Street, Astoria, is near Fort George Brewery and Public House, Shallon Winery, Heritage Museum, and Lightship Columbia.
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      Travel Blogs from Astoria

      Day Nineteen!

      A travel blog entry by taleesa.griggs on Apr 03, 2015

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      A lot happened today! I kind of don't know where to start! I stood on the front lawn of the house that starred in the Goonies! It was so amazing and we even got to talk to the husband of the lady who owns it. She bought it in 2001 after moving up from California. It has a foreclosure sign on it and was ready to be torn down but she bought it, fixed it and it's still as amazing as it is in the movie. Before she bought ...

      Sadness in Astoria.

      A travel blog entry by sarahmichiko on Jan 08, 2015

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      • Leaving Portland on a hour and a half trip to the Lewis and Clark National Wildlife Refuge.
      • Toto and I were walking through some dried grass when a snake bit Toto's leg. He started yelping in pain so I picked him up and carried him to the car. I located the nearest pet hospital and the doctor told me that the bite was poisonous and had already spread throughout Toto's body. I ...

      Lewis & Clark's Westward Destination

      A travel blog entry by jandjontheroad on Aug 02, 2014

      8 photos

      ... terrain they navigated through. We visited Fort Clatsop, the small, log structured winter quarters they constructed while wintering on the coast. It was a very cool feeling walking the grounds that these great explorers walked.

      We drove into Astoria, which had quite a history itself. In fact, as you walk through the town, it feels like it was stuck in ...

      Coastal Destination!

      A travel blog entry by txherrins on Jun 02, 2014

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      ... road of Astoria") provided "just the ticket" for all the photographers!

      Astoria is the northernmost Oregon city on US 101, a scenic highway that begins south of Santa Barbara, California. Astoria dates from the winter of 1805-06 when the Lewis and Clark expedition camped at Ft. Clatsop. The city was established in 1811 as John Jacob Astor's fur trading post. Settlers ...


      A travel blog entry by mikenda on May 13, 2014

      ... s, gazebos, laundromat, etc... huge!
      Mike went to check out the pool while I made dinner.
      It's been a week with no internet, so I am trying to catch up as quickly as possible. And no, I don't do this from my phone. My phone is smart, it's owner...questionable.
      I keep having problems with the internet not connecting to/staying connected to this site. Frustrating!