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Astoria, the oldest city in Oregon, is a historical, architectural, and natural marvel. The town acts as a gateway to both Oregon and Washington, as well as the Columbia River and the Pacific Ocean. Travelers from all across the Pacific Northwest visit Astoria in hopes of savoring coastal cuisines, hiking along the coast, and relaxing seaside with loved ones. And the perfect place to start and finish each day of exploration and relaxation is Astoria Riverwalk Inn, one of the top-reviewed romantic getaways in Oregon. The Riverwalk Inn is a short distance from a bevy of health-conscious eateries and adventure-based [...]
The sprawling natural beauty that encircles the city of Astoria, Oregon, plays host to a bevy of recreational activities, such as hiking, birding, and boating. However, the mechanism of choice for many is a bicycle, whether that’s a state-of-the-art Co-Motion cyclocross or a standard Schwinn cruiser. For many Oregonians, bicycling is a lifestyle—one that requires patience, flexibility, and a penchant for the countryside. Thus, the city boasts a bustling Astoria bike shop to meet the needs of the populace, local and traveler alike. The aptly-named Astoria Riverwalk Inn is located along the most popular stretch of asphalt and wood in [...]
The West Coast is known for its jaw-dropping rocky beaches, influential indie musicians, and a plethora of trendsetting craft breweries. But travelers haven’t forgotten about one of the most enticing aspects of a well-deserved trip to the Pacific Northwest: the coffee. Coffee used to be a necessity, not a trendy midday interlude. Long before coffee was cool, roasters from all across Oregon were wowing locals with unique concoctions, classic renditions, and late-20th-century creations. Today, you don’t have to walk more than a block or two to find award-winning coffee in Astoria, Oregon. In fact, guests at Astoria Riverwalk Inn are always just [...]