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... 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 ...
... were not allowed to go up to it but she changed that and I am so grateful she did. Standing on the lawn in front on the house from one of my favourite movies was just incredible. Quite emotional on the walk up the driveway :) We also went through the county jail from the opening scene, saw the bowling alley where Chunk was and saw the museum. Even though we watched the Goonies last night, I can't wait to watch it again! ...
... I'm still not sure how my inner child won that argument, but at about 12pm we found ourself driving out of the Avis Car Hire Seattle and headed for Astoria. Another bonus was that Carla had used her womanly charms on the young gentleman at Avis and managed to convince him that we were in urgent need of an upgrade to a larger vehicle. So we found ourselves the proud drivers of a Chevy SUV. A nice step up from a Hyundai Accent. Our first sights of the US were a ...
... was outstanding. We parked near a new city park that had just been dedicated on May 17, 2014 called the Garden of Surging Waves. Brannon Soens, son of our Portland friends, was one of the lead architects of this design. The design seeks to honor the experience of the early Chinese immigrants and to celebrate their collective accomplishments and contributions to the Lower Columbia River Basin. Very nice.
... we get out and admire the views. The Column is free to walk up, although there are a lot of steps and no lift! However, I stop everyone from going up and tell them to come with me to the little shop nearby. There are some complaints, but the kids grudgingly come along. Inside, we don’t stay long, but I pick up four balsa wood planes for only a dollar each. We head back to the column and start the climb up. There are platforms ...