Holiday Inn Express Albany
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
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... Water hike” on the way into Oneonata Gorge. I initially had planned to do this one alone. But D saw the pictures and wanted to tag along. Soon after getting to the water, we had to scramble through a “Log Jam of Doom.” It can only be described as about a couple hundred (or more) logs randomly piled together. In some cases, you end up about 15ft above the ground navigating through it. The best part about this log jam ...
Our last day in Albany started with a bike ride, then lunch in the pub @ Golf City, followed by 9 holes on their par 3 course. Next on to some Willamette area wineries. This region is most known for Pinot's and C******nays. First up, Benton-Lane Winery, home to 4 of the top 10 wines in the world. Also picked up a yummy blueberry/Pinot Noir jam!! Next up The Pfeiffer Winery, beautiful winery at ...
... plant they use in the brewing of beer? Well, the E. Clemens Horst company boasted a field of 700 acres dedicated to hops. The town on 10,000 would swell to 25,000 when the migrant field workers arrived to harvest the crop. After WWII competition and changing beer tastes hastened a decline of the industry. Today hops is still grown in the area but not nearly as many acres are planted.
This town, located on the west bank of the Willamette River, does not appear to have changed very ...
Yes, Daughter, I said Sloth. Your very least favorite animal of all time. That is what your mother felt like today while walking, a Sloth...Since I only got about two hours sleep last night, I wasn't sure I would be able to do it, but I drug myself out of bed at about 9am and prepared for the venture. Breakfast of two poached eggs, toast with Jiff's version of Nutella, one slice of tomato and coffee...must have coffee. I loaded my ...
... both, and many others on the trip really enjoyed the fresh pineapple. Much of the pineapple that was produced in Hawaii is now grown in Kenya. For some reason that neither Kathy and I can explain, neither of us has had much of an appetite on this trip. We both had what Kathy calls “edgy” stomachs for much of the trip. Neither of us has ever had as much trouble feeling hungry on previous trips so we don’t know if it was spices used here or just some other weird ...