The Dalles Inn

Address: 112 W Second Street, The Dalles, Oregon, 97058, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 112 W Second Street, The Dalles, is near Columbia Gorge Discovery Center, The Dalles, Fort Dalles Museum, and Horsethief Lake State Park.
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      Travel Blogs from The Dalles

      Winding roads, straight boards and haze

      A travel blog entry by hawkinsw on Oct 27, 2013

      1 comment

      ... the canyon begins getting deeper and the river deeper in color. There is a blue haze in the Colombia River Gorge. Not sure if this is due to the water temperature and the deep gorge forming a micro climate or dust coming down the cliff walls from the high plateau above. The flat afternoon light and the blue haze make it difficult to capture a decent picture, sorry.

      We made it to The Dalles, a historic town on the Colombia banks. Tired ...

      Bend To The Dalles

      A travel blog entry by theoldfolk on Sep 16, 2013

      16 photos


      A chilly morning only 15 degrees when we went for breakfast Reg had his usual big brekki I had scrambled eggs sausage pattie & a jam buttie. A couple sitting near us made Reg’s look like a snack. She looked like John Prescott’s wife and smelled like a french madam’s boudoir. When their table laden they joined hands and prayed.After breakfast we hit the road again. We went on a scenic drive stopped at Detroit [not the motown one] for a coffee and ...

      Driving Washington to Oregon

      A travel blog entry by tricruiser on Aug 06, 2013

      3 comments, 11 photos

      ... I thought this was just one big forest with some rivers and towns. We passed lots of peaches and vineyards too. They are known for growing corn, alfalfa and wheat. That helped us to figure out what the alfalfa was. The temperature climbed to 93, but it was a dry heat....HOT.
      just before we crossed in Oregon we saw our first wind farms, they multiplied in Oregon. On I 84 we saw changes in scenery as well. It is amazing that we traveled beside so ...

      Somewhere in the middle of Oregon

      A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Aug 03, 2013

      5 photos

      ... though it’s a big campground and we were checking in early on Thursday, there was only one spot left that we could have for two nights. This means we have an adventure for Saturday night in store for us, which we think is okay.

      If you have a huge fifth wheel, a big-ass truck and a 20 foot motor boat with a trailer that sports chrome rims you would fit right in. Oh, I nearly forgot, you must bring at least 5 kids. Per truck. The place is crawlin’ ...

      How much more beautiful scenery can I handle?

      A travel blog entry by bethh1902 on Sep 15, 2011

      ... chimes they had for sale provided the background music. It was lovely. Our motel was another amazing experience. It is built on a cliff overlooking the Columbia River, which is this very wide river running through a deep gorge and the view is spectacular. We have a nice balcony to sit on and enjoy the view, and the room is huge. But, there is more to see so we hop back in the car and head down the HIstoric Columbia River Highway, a scenic highway built along the ...