Holiday Inn Express Albany

Address: 105 Opal Court NE, Albany, Oregon, 97321, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 105 Opal Court NE, Albany, is near Willamette Queen Sternwheeler, Monteith Park, Albany Regional Museum, and Monteith District.
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      Travel Blogs from Albany

      Day 36: A night in the Dungeon

      A travel blog entry by not.far.now on Jul 24, 2014

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      ... got to the final downfallen tree, where we had earlier noticed caused folks to sit and ponder “what's next” or start shedding layers. Apparently here there was a crossing of CHEST high water(up to my armpits) . The DEEP part of the water lasted only about 10 feet, but have I mentioned yet how cold the water was in this Gorge? The water would have easily been over the girls’ heads, so D and the girls stayed back. ...

      Albany OR

      A travel blog entry by 12gkids on Aug 26, 2013

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      Today we took a road trip to the Oregon Coast, arrived just in time for lunch at Mo's, first opened its doors in 1946, located right on the pier. While having lunch a boat docked with its fresh catch and immediately cleaned the catch and steamed the crabs. Of course our lunch was Mo's world famous clam chowder. Next ...

      Yellowstone and onward.

      A travel blog entry by whereisdad on Jul 13, 2013

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      ... middle loop of the park and saw some of the "paint pots" which are hot springs that are colored by the minerals they bring up with the hot water. We exited through the Mammoth Hot Springs gate, although Bill stayed in Yellowstone to do more sightseeing and then rejoin us at some point down the road. On our way out of the park we had a "Bear Sighting" of a mother brown bear and her cub. We did not stop for this one either as they are supposed to like motorcyclist with a little ...

      Spring comes to the Willamette Valley

      A travel blog entry by teachervagabond on Mar 24, 2013

      ... was shorter by more than a mile - making my return trip 4.39 miles and 1 hour 23 minutes. I was definitely slower coming home, the tops of my arches still hurt and make it difficult to speed walk beyond mile 5 or so. Today, I had decided to take it slow regardless - seeing as I intended to do this every day. Today's total - 10.02 miles!

      Once home, I discovered my face was slightly sunburned - I need to remember to put on sunblock before I go out tomorrow...
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      Try Not to Panic When Stuff Happens

      A travel blog entry by dvotaw on Sep 16, 2012

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      One of the fun things about traveling on your own (that is, not with a guided tour) is dealing with stuff that happens. You can plan all you want, but there's no way to figure everything out ahead of time. Sometimes you just have to react and take care of it! I thought I'd share with you a few of the Panic Potential moments that we have experienced on previous European vacations. I'll let you guess which ones we handled ...