Economy Inn

Address: 1808 Hemlock Street, Longview, Washington, 98632, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on 1808 Hemlock Street, Longview.
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Travel Blogs from Longview

Day 3 - Bellingham, WA to Toledo, WA

A travel blog entry by chavarriaz on Aug 08, 2014

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... friends and made a deal where I kept his computer running and he kept Anthony's motorcycle running, which was a job for both of us! I haven’t seen Jesse in about 14 years but we call each other every now and again just to touch base. He just happened to have called me right after I decided to do the ride and we agreed that I would spend a day at his place on the way. Funny coincidence but we are both from the same part of Texas and probably ...

The end of the trail (Lewis and Clark's)

A travel blog entry by dasafish on Jul 11, 2014

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... at all once it’s healed.

We stayed at Shari’s for about 45 minutes, and then headed south. We stopped at the Tacoma Costco and got gas and lunch, and then continued on our road.

Our goal was to see Astoria, OR, where the Columbia River flows into the Pacific Ocean. We got there about 4:45. They had a maritime museum, but it closed at 5, so we went to the Astoria Column, which didn’t close until ...

4th Annual Manary Mudfest

A travel blog entry by 1krafty1 on Jun 07, 2014

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... out of the mud.
The food was delicious, with Jason preparing pulled pork, cole slaw and beans to make redneck cocktails. There were many dishes donated by everyone, making the event a true potluck.
We also were able to help Erica celebrate her 39th birthday. Looking forward to next years event when we will help her celebrate the big 40. ...

Still poking around town

A travel blog entry by thomasgillam on Jun 03, 2014

3 comments, 23 photos

... as a young child. A horrible tragedy on the river.

Former Senator Julia Butler Hansen was responsible for the establishment of the white tailed Deer Refuge, which is now named after her. It is a reed covered area wooded wetlands. It must have been teaming with wildlife when Lewis paddled through here.

Tough to say goodbye

A travel blog entry by versastyle on Aug 24, 2013

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... I-5. It's all about making good time today. The road is parallel to the pretty Umpqua River, with its glass sheen looking so calm and serene. I see many a small boat sitting motionless in the middle of the river, its passengers looking equally static and peaceful. We pass by elk grazing in the grass at one of the reserves.

When we arrive back at Seaquest in the late afternoon, we're rewarded with a wallet still containing $25CAD and a premium ...