Kick It Old School On Vintage Bikes at Cannery Pier
Aww. Don't you sometimes just wish you could hop on a 50's style bike and ride up and down the pier and only stop to eat ice cream cones and kiss your significant other and stuff like that? Well, you can fulfill your only-in-the-movies-style fantasies at the Oregon Coast's adorably-charming (but pretty big we mean "charming" as in playful and quirky, not in the Craigslist-esque, this-place-is-small way) Cannery Pier Hotel.
Embark Creative snapped this sweet shot of the fleet of 50's-style bikes available to guests at the Cannery Pier in Astoria, located in the Northwest corner of Oregon. They are, admittedly, "50's-replica" bikes, but they're offered up at no fee for guests to use to explore the city (the oldest settlement West of the Rockies) via a four-mile path along the Columbia river.
Rooms here start around $229, and TripAdvisor reviewers are all about the views, views, views from this place.
[Photo: Embark Creative]