Comfort Inn Columbia Gorge
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Travel Blogs from The Dalles
... at Barbara’s Flowers in Escatada. As soon as we spoke she asked where we were from, got very excited telling other people we were from England. She asked where we were heading, she then said she would write us directions to places we should see on route. She also mentioned she had been to London, I asked what she saw she mention all the touristy places and this big building where all the Kings and Queens are buried [she meant Westminster Abbey] Actually she ...
... 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’ ...
... to cross the Columbia River into Oregon, it was sunny, hot and dry, with the stunning view of Mt. Hood welcoming us to one of our favourite states!
So, here we are...so fortunate to have happened upon this great campground! Tomorrow we meet up with the Pitres at LaPine State Park near Bend, OR, for a few days of fun together before moving on to Crater Lake. D said this was one of his best birthdays ever! Lucky us! ...
... on the left side of the freeway?). We got off the freeway onto Hwy 4 a scenic byway - Lewis and Clark Trail. As we came close to Astoria we followed the Columbia River where we found the state sign for a picture.
We then went across four miles of bridge into Oregon and onto Hwy 101. We stopped for gas and goodies in Warrenton, OR, it was 4:00 pm and we still have over 130 miles to ...
... shop was a tiny shed.
When we got to Rt. 281 we digressed from the Fruit Loop and headed south to Mt. Hood. We had several good views of the mountain on the way there. There was also a lot of construction, rebuilding of the road and repaving of the road. It was six more miles up a steep road to get to Timberline Lodge on Mt. Hood and it was at timberline. This area is mostly a ski resort with ski lifts etc. The Lodge itself ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking