Holiday Lodge Salem

1400 Hawthorne Avenue NE, Salem, Oregon, 97305, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1400 Hawthorne Avenue NE, Salem, is near Oregon State Capitol, Mission Mill Museum, Hallie Ford Museum of Art, and LiL'Gypsy Boutique and Costume Rental.
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Travel Blogs from Salem

June in Oregon

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jul 01, 2014

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... today but will do them tomorrow!! Supposed to be mid 70s! Everything is now fine in the cat world and they are all 'normal’ again. I think they missed owners, if anyone ever ‘owns’ a cat, and have now settled in with me instead! Monica called and we are going to get together for the Rose Festival parade on Saturday. Just need to decide where to meet and where to watch from.

June 4th – Wednesday—Another ...

10 falls in a fairy tale

A travel blog entry by prawn0 on May 11, 2014

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... in total goes past 10 waterfalls in total but we were only doing a shorter path. We walked past 6 waterfalls by the end of the 5 miles. But the path was gorgeous again, I could never get sick of hiking through this scenery. Everything is so green and you feel like you're in a completely different world because the trees act as a canopy and are covered in moss so that adds a completely different dynamic. Most of the waterfalls had paths that actually went in behind ...

The 24-hour journey home

A travel blog entry by mbednarek on Oct 11, 2013

1 comment, 16 photos

... to everything, and warmly hosted by Patrice and Annie.

We had a great meal in both cities, and usually could eat well without breaking the bank (but heck, we were in France, so we're supposed to go out and eat), but at times it was a challenge to find simple, farm fresh, healthy food. We found ourselves skipping many restaurants posting menus full of duck, beef, foie gras, lamb, and fancy French sauces and preparation. The baguettes from ...

A Couple Of Relaxing Days Enjoying The Capital

A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Aug 25, 2013

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... 2.5 million. The exterior is faced in Danby Vermont marble.

As luck would have it we are parked a short 1.5 blocks from the Farmer's Market. We put the furry ones back into the cool cab of the truck and walk over to see what the market has to offer.
One expects to find fresh produce. We did not expect to find fresh produce at prices significantly higher than that sold in the local Safeway. Lots of produce and fruit vendors and flower vendors. A ...

Even an Extrovert Needs Alone Time

A travel blog entry by thequestforps on Jul 12, 2013

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... its roots. Some of the buildings were of brick, and there were classic small town shops all over: barber, candy, saloon, antiques. Just perfectly picturesque! I picked up an Italian soda for the road, to cool down from the hot day, gassed up and headed to drive another 4 hours, getting going much later than I had anticipated. But that's the beauty of a day where no one is expecting you at any specific time.

Even though I was not on the coast, I really enjoyed what ...