Akari Bungalows

203 Bolstad Avenue, Long Beach, Washington, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 203 Bolstad Avenue, Long Beach, is near Long Beach, Cape Disappointment State Park, North Head Lighthouse, and Cranberry Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Long Beach

    A-Yahtzee!!

    A travel blog entry by soppe on Aug 04, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... re shellfish.

    On the way out the next morning, we visited the post office, to send off my mother's excess baggage. While there, I purchased additional post card stamps - asking for a roll of 100. The clerk had to dig out one - while he searched and searched, I openly postulated that they do not sell many of the 100 rolls. He corrected me, "actually, we do - this is Seaside! Lots of postcards!"

    Of what?????



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    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 ...

    Day 44 – Saturday, May 11, 2013

    A travel blog entry by travelagain on May 11, 2013

    22 photos

    ... of Disappointment on the north side of the river, one must cross the Astoria Bridge. The two lane bridge is long, 4.5 miles, with varing of heights. To get on the bridge in Astoria, we went around a corkscrew-like ramp (posted 55 mph-no way!) up to the first level which is tall enough for ocean going vessels to go under. This is not a drawbridge! This section is about one mile long at that height. We then went ...

    A visit to Washington's Long Beach Peninsula.....

    A travel blog entry by drfumblefinger on Dec 08, 2012

    49 photos

    ... we can see the many beds of oysters, now a crop cultivated in a three year rotation. Across the Bay we get our first glimpse of Long Beach Peninsula, our destination.

    Another option is to take route 4 from Longview, Washington, along the course of the Columbia River, a very picturesque route which we used to connect with the I-5 ...

    On to Mount St Helen's

    A travel blog entry by siyaya on May 25, 2012

    7 photos

    ... side of the Columbia River. The nice part of all the little creeks is that they are perfectly clean and clear and not blocked up with plastic and other rubbish. Everyone here is just so litter-conscious. Passed a Christmas Tree "farm" - now i know why American Christmas trees are so perfect. The rain seems to be over so we should get lovely views when we go tomorrow to see the mountain. Found a restful campsite and enjoying being able to sit outside ...