Motel 6 Woodland
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- 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.
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... friendly. It was nice to see that in a city of that size.
Several people recommended OMSI (Oregon Museum of Science and Industry), so we checked that out the next morning. We were excited because we got in free with our St. Louis Science Center membership, and the place was really cool. I spent an hour doing brain teasers with Dean while Iris and Molly played in the kids room. They had a huge section of lifelike ...
... any artworks to special storage for expensive imported wine. · When you hired a moving company...let them go to your house prior the packing for them to determine what are goods involved this means you should recognize how much will definitely cost. Some company is basing their charges to heavy products and many come in regular basis. · While in the situation of corporate moving, ...
I wanna first start out with how much I appreciate the positive feed back on my blog. I really don't consider myself a writer (as you can tell with all of the typos) but everyone seems to think I convey things well. That is really cool to me! I still wish I blogged more while I was away, China seems like a dream to me now.So I am back in the U.S. It came upon me so quick. My Grandma Joan picked me up from the airport, it was so surreal I had to hold back ...
... have their good points and include shopping for all price ranges. The Pearl District is for the rich with trendy boutiques, loft apartments, galleries, and bars and nice restaurants. We didn't buy anything there. We went back to our food cart for dinner and got the same chicken on rice as last night. Really nice place to eat but it did remind us of "dodgy Thai" in Mooloolaba. North Face and Columbia stores are ...