Econo Lodge Albany

Address: 1212 SE Price Road, Albany, Oregon, 97322, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 1212 SE Price Road, Albany, is near Willamette Queen Sternwheeler, Monteith Park, Albany Regional Museum, and Monteith District.
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      Day 36: A night in the Dungeon

      A travel blog entry by on Jul 24, 2014

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      ... it really cuts down the visitors that actually make it into the gorge. If not for the jam, I can only imagine how insanely crowded this area would be – afterall, there were already a LOT of visitors!! I had read and expected to have to cross “****** deep” water, but D later said that she was expecting that it would only be knee high, since it was later in the summer. But little would prepare us for what was coming ...


      A travel blog entry by 12gkids on Aug 27, 2013

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      ... of a country road, actually got to visit with the owner, Mr. Pfeiffer himself, has lived at the site of the winery his whole life, having just turned 74, charming fellow. Area by the winery called the water gardens, beautifully landscaped bodies of water with various waterfalls, surrounded by chairs, tables & loungers where guests can enjoy their wine. Short stay here in Oregon but many ...

      Yellowstone and onward.

      A travel blog entry by whereisdad on Jul 13, 2013

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      ... Buffalo grazing beside the road and causing a pretty good traffic jam. One of the younger bulls tried to pace the motorcycles, so we did not stop for the photo op. they seemed to have no fear of us, but were just curious as to what we were. Once we got out of the valley, we saw some amazing scenery and rode some great roads, although the roads are under construction in many places and were actually well packed and wetted dirt. Got the bikes dirty but were fine to ride on. We rode ...

      Spring comes to the Willamette Valley

      A travel blog entry by teachervagabond on Mar 24, 2013

      ... the pressure mount in my bladder and made the stop. Once relieved I continued down Lancaster to State, where the traffic started to get heavier and noisier; making continuing along the thoroughfare uncomfortable beyond my aching feet.

      I turned down State and walked to Elma; back to neighborhoods. It was much more pleasant, more spring blooms, the scent of fresh mown grass, kids playing; people out working in their yards, riding bikes, and walking. The ...

      On the Oregon Trail

      A travel blog entry by jmjeans on Oct 09, 2012

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      ... br> lured over 500,000 pioneers westwards. They generally started in Independence
      Missouri and traveled nearly 2000 miles west.
      As we drove along the Columbia and then the Snake River through dry land
      full of sagebrush you wondered about the determination of those early pioneers
      and whether our generation would have “what it took” to make that kind of