Readers have voted for the best of both Corvallis and Albany and here are the winners. The Oregon State University campus is a vibrant, colorful sight in early autumn. In a bid to improve public transportation, the city council approved an additional fee on water utility bills to fund public transit services. The new owners plan to continue the existing service and will be adding a second location in Albany. A sculpture of Cassie is also a highlight of downtown Corvallis.
While the cities are not as upscale as the neighboring Eugene, Corvallis and Albany offer some great places to eat. The historic downtown of Corvallis is home to hip and casual restaurants and a Borders bookstore. Both cities are liberal, with strong political parties, but Corvallis is more liberal than Albany. The president is well-liked in both cities, but his supporters tend to lean left-of-center.
For food and drink, Corvallis is the more popular destination. While Albany has a few national chain restaurants, its restaurants and bars close at 9:00 pm. Although the city has plenty of options for late-night dinners, Albany police are prickly about wandering the streets after bars close. The only 24-hour restaurants in Corvallis are Pop’s Branding Iron and McDonald’s. However, if you’re a foodie, you can try some of the other options in the area.
If you’re a movie fan, the theater in Corvallis is the best option. There are plenty of movies and television shows in the area, and the local cinema is a popular destination for film and television viewing. The Oregon coast offers many attractions and a lively nightlife scene. It’s a great place for a film festival. A trip to Albany is worth the effort. There’s also a lot of hiking and biking in the area.
If you’re a history buff, this is the town for you. You’ll find a vibrant downtown with a great restaurant scene. The Amtrak station is located in downtown. There is a bus terminal right by the train station. The airport is also convenient for traveling to other towns in the area. In addition to a variety of hotels, the two cities also offer a variety of public transportation options.
If you’re a sports enthusiast, this town is an excellent choice. There are many great things to do in Albany, including historic buildings, the restored historic carousel, quirky shops, and riverside nature walks. You’ll also find hot air balloons and summer concerts in the surrounding area. There’s no shortage of opportunities in Corvallis and the nearby city of Albany. And both towns are incredibly diverse.