Goings on at the guesthouse and Astoria
The sign is painted in India from my favorite artist Ajay urveti. Love both sides and it is different. Can’t wait to mount it up.
Published on: July 6, 2021 - Filed under: Uncategorized
I am so excited to see what it looks like after painting. I think next week week will be done. Thank you neighbor Susan and some other kind neighbor told me the base color is nice. What a relief. I will post when it is done.
Published on: July 27, 2020 - Filed under: Uncategorized
I know. We all have Netflix or Amazon prime to watch movies these day. But something about DVD or even VHS bring us back to the low technology world that relax me for some reason. I love to pick a DVD from our DVD cabinet and set back and relax in the room. Many of […]
Published on: June 21, 2020 - Filed under: feature, room
As a mother of 2 kids, I understand sometime it takes a bit more work to travel with the little ones. But it is very rewarding when your little turn around and gives you a big smile (it is like he is saying “mama, thank you so much to make me so happy, I love”) […]
Published on: June 19, 2020 - Filed under: room
Finally we are open! We hope to get feedback from everyone so we can serve you better. We are running a 20% special if you book our rooms via this website. Enter promotion code open2020 before it runs out. Thank you!
Published on: June 18, 2020 - Filed under: begin, room
It has been 3 months since we bought Near the pier using our house to get a huge mortgage to fulfill my dream. Thanks to my husband getting on this journey with me. I have loved travel since I was little. I was young, no money but lots of time. I used to work many […]
Best place to do razor clamming and crabbing or for young kids to play sand castle!
Published on: June 15, 2020 - Filed under: travel
Visitors are free to explore the concrete batteries and to check out the progress on the reconstruction of the Battery Pratt gun carriage. The gun tube and breech is already there for your inspection. This is a-one-of-a kind project in the nation, maybe the whole world!!!
Peter Iredale was a four-masted steel barque sailing vessel that ran ashore October 25, 1906, on the Oregon coast en route to the Columbia River. She was abandoned on Clatsop Spit near Fort Stevens in Warrenton about four miles south of the Columbia River channel.
Located between 12th and Duane ave) On Sunday 10am-2pm Astoria Sunday Market combines fresh produce, local arts & crafts, food, music and more in a lively downtown street market atmosphere.