Motel 6 Woodland
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 134 miles south of Seattle and 63 miles north of Portland, Oregon. It is the northern most city in Cowlitz County, with a population of 2,120. Spirit Lake Memorial Highway (State Route 504) connects the city to the Mount St. Helens National Monument and Spirit Lake recreation areas – two of the most outstanding tourist attractions in Washington State.
The town’s ...
I do a lot of preparation for domestic trips, but international demands even more - assembling passport, currency info, etc, etc.
Tomorrow I leave for Nicaragua, starting with a 2-day stopover in San Diego - partly to break the trip (3 flights both going & return), and partly ...
... we head off, we go for a walk to the Latourell falls to check them out. Lavinia and I came here 8 years ago when travelling for our honeymoon, so it is nice to be back here again with the kids! After the stroll to the waterfall and back, we keep driving along the historic highway and past the other waterfalls along the gorge. It really is spectacular scenery through here. The Multnomah Falls are the most popular and picturesque, but ...
... we only had one full day here because of our tight schedule). We walked past the pretty, quirky coloured houses in our neighbourhood, through Chinatown and came across some excellent live music, at 10 am. We had heard of the popular Saturday market on the waterfront, so we bopped for a short while before our tummies led the way to the pretty waterfront park, covered in stalls. The clothes looked good, the arts and crafts really interesting, ...
... and we were proud to counted among them!!
Completely pleased with our Portland beer outing (Portland has 42+ microbreweries within the city limits!), we returned to the campsite at Champoeg for a long bike ride to the historic Butteville Store, a delicious dinner with Pitres, the morning pack-up and hitting the I-5 for home. After a long drive, en convoy with Dave & Ellen (they swear they will ...