The Dalles Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Travel Blogs from The Dalles
... the land of the Yakama Reservation - driving through this area was like driving through the desert rd , very barren, coming toward the end of this drive the green starts to appear.
We hit townships in the reservatiion - housing in this area was derelict & unkempt a lot of trailer homes.
Stopped off for a quick look at the YakamaCultural Centre, quite interesting. ...
... was downhill.
We got back on the bike and headed west. Next stop - Oneonta Gorge. When we got there, it didn't look like much, some steps down to a creek below, and a huge tunnel through the mountain. We checked out the tunnel first, thinking that must be the attraction, and it was cool, but no one was in the tunnel. So we took the walk downstairs to the creek That was when we saw what was so great about Oneonta Gorge. The creek was ...
... lovely postcard from home. The first night we spent with ourselves, the second night with Bill and his son Franklin in a hand built cabin worth a marvel all in itself. The best pizza we have had on trail yet is hosted in Government Camp at the Glacier Haus, homemade garlic cream sauce cannot be beat. Mountain High for breakfast, lunch, cookies or snow cones. We struggled to get info on "Govy" as it is affectionately referred to by the locals and had no idea what to expect. ...
... Park which is located just under 1300km's from here and will take me through Oregon, Idaho and Wyoming. Depending upon distractions and stops along the way I should be in Yellowstone either this coming Sunday or Monday. The shear scale of this Yellowstone, is incredible, and as such is difficult to plan trip to see the major features with only limited time. With a total five different ...
... easy trails lead to Elowah Falls and Upper McCord Falls, both fed by the McCord creek. We followed the trail to Elowah Falls, which was lush and green and full of fall colors. Our path was littered with leaves of all colors, and the sun was just starting to chase out the shadows between the trees, making for an awesome effect. Less than a mile later, we were at Elowah Falls, marveling at the 200+ ft drop. Big boulders littered the base and the creek just downstream from ...