This waterfront hotel in Astoria, Oregon offers a convenient location with access to local attractions, fine dining and the arts.
There are some state parks where you stop, get out of the car, maybe use the public restroom, walk around a bit to stretch your legs and the leave within 20 minutes.
The main reason you visit a glass-blowing studio on the Oregon Coast is to purchase some of the truly unique and beautiful artwork on display.
At the Fernhill Art Studio, they also give you a show.
Explore docks, museums and Victorian mansions in a salty city near the fort where Lewis and Clark wintered 200 years ago.
The Astoria Inn Bed and Breakfast in Astoria, Oregon is located on a hillside of a residential neighborhood overlooking the beautiful Columbia River on the edge of a lush, dense forest.
Captain George Flavel was a noted bar pilot and entrepreneur in Clatsop County. His piloting business and other investments helped in the development of Astoria.
When the weather closed it, it hit like a hammer.