Villa Columbia Bed and Breakfast

902 Oak Street, Hood River, Oregon, 97031, United States | 4 star b&b
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Travel Blogs from Hood River

Falling for Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by nadyapb


The Columbia Gorge is famous for all of its waterfalls, and even though we'd covered two on our first afternoon here, including the famous Multnomah, there were plenty left to see.

Our first stop was Elowah Falls. The trailhead was located in what's called John Yeon Scenic Corridor at the very East end of Columbia River Scenic Highway. …

No Bridge? No Problem!

A travel blog entry by nadyapb


We woke up to a gorgeous fall day in Hood River. The skies were clear, the temperature was in the 40s but rising, and a forecasted daytime high in the low 60s meant perfect hiking weather. We had a wonderful home-made breakfast in the dining room downstairs, which had a huge picture window facing the Columbia River. The fall colors were on full …

The Green Zion

A travel blog entry by nadyapb


"The Columbia River Gorge, which begins just a few miles east of Portland and stretches for nearly 70 miles along the shores of the Columbia River, is a dramatic landscape of mountains, cliffs and waterfalls created by massive ice age floods" - so read the first sentence of my Frommer's guide to Oregon.

One can spend days hiking around …

Setting Goals

A travel blog entry by ktowell


... Nicaragua with my friend Sally. After exploring a little, I decided not to enroll in the country school that we looked at (pit toilets?) but I liked Nicaragua because the restaurants serve a lot of beef, and people drive fast and there are parrots flying around like robins. There are also random animals--bulls on the beach, pigs in the road, monkeys throwing stuff. The garbage man drives a horse cart and rings a bell. ...

We Are Mostly Alone.... Except For A Lot Of Fish!

A travel blog entry by jilnmike


... adipose fin is still intact- hatchery fish have had theirs clipped before release. To make sure the fish is wild the fish's head is passed in front of a scanner which would detect a metal I.D. tag if hatchery raised. If the scan is negative the fish is put into a tube that will transport it to an awaiting tank truck. The truck will transport the wild salmon past the Bonneville Dam and released.

The euthanized fish have been sold to a buyer or are donated to the ...

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