La Quinta Inn Albany
Travel Blogs from Albany
... back on the beautiful Pacific Coast Hwy 101 traveling North to Depoe Bay, known as the smallest port, and known for whale sightings, none today though, did take in the Whale Museum before getting back on 101 to Lincoln City, then loop around to Salem & stop at Elmer's for a bite of Dinner and back to the ...
... protect me from diseases I'll be exposed to. Two weeks ago I received my first dose of Hepatitis A and B, Tetanus, Typhoid, Diphtheria, and Pertussis. Today, I went in for a Polio booster, one dose of Rabies (there are many wild dogs in Cairo), and a TB test. ...
... traffic (which were miraculously open) at a right angle to get to the toll booth that would take our money. And then we sent up several prayers of thanks!
... 8220;And strong. People either like it, or they don’t.” We did. The three of us approved and scanned our lists for the next delicious thing to try. Patricia and I favor the Havarti line, we ask for Blueberry, Cranberry, Horseradish, and Herb de Provence. Marita tells us stories of each cheese; gives serving notes. “The Blueberry is excellent on salads,” she offered; one was great in chili, add this one to soup, that one ...
... markers along the way tell you the building’s original name and when it was constructed and you’ll catch yourself nodding your head over the interesting story that is included too. Add shade trees, benches, and colorful architecture; you’re not just anywhere, you are someplace.
The Salem Downtown Historic District was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2001 – seven blocks roughly bounded ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services