Courtesy Inn Monmouth

Address: 270 Pacific Avenue North, Monmouth, Oregon, 97361, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 270 Pacific Avenue North, Monmouth, is near Champoeg State Heritage Park and Jensen Arctic Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Monmouth

July Salem area and Stuart Island Washington

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jul 01, 2014

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... a lot of family (American Indian). Three salads, burgers, dogs, cake, cupcakes and ice cream. The birthday boys each had their own cake, and made a good mess of it! Bad thing about a shared party is that Kyle had piles of presents and Carter only had a few, and at age 4 he was very aware of it! I guess this may not have been such a good idea! But we had a good time and I was happy to be there. Suzie and I left around 2:30—had gotten there before ...

Day 20 Omak WA to Salem WA

A travel blog entry by analegge on Jul 08, 2013

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... edge of the park and while in the restaurant saw the news of the SFO plane crash. Back in the car we listened to the continuing news and with an hour had decided to drive to San Fransisco due to flight cancellations and diversions. So we drove until almost dark and arrived at Salem around 8.30pm. Checked into motel and had a quick meal at Denny's. An unexpected end to the day that started casually and with plenty of ...

Fourteen Miles...Nearly!

A travel blog entry by teachervagabond on Mar 09, 2013

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... my time from before, and just take it easy, I should be able to do it easily. That's what I will be doing in Scotland, stopping to take pictures, stopping for lunch, stopping to take in the sights, stopping to rest and enjoy. When I was walking Saturday, I realized that a 16.5 or 17 minute mile is really a good pace for enjoying my surroundings. Maybe if I slow down to an 18 minute mile I will find I have less discomfort after mile 11. Anybody want to join me?


A travel blog entry by kiwiplanner on Aug 31, 2012

We had a late start to the morning today. Leaving our room for brunch, the first cafe we went to had an hour wait to get in (mid morning on a Friday!). Fortunately a couple arriving at the same time as us suggested another place a couple of blocks away that served brunch along with $2 Bloody Mary's. A short walk later we reached Johnny's bar and grill and were soon seated with eggs, bacon and hash browns ...

The Wheels On The Bus

A travel blog entry by burtonll on Jun 04, 2012

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... the 49th parallel, the United States got the land to the south. There was no war. That’s why the British ship is sailing away.” The children nodded. I left the group, ready to continue my personal tour of this historic building.

As I stepped into the Senate Gallery, I caught up with another school group. “The little boy told his mother that he saw smoke coming from the capitol, but she ...