Red Lion Hotel Salem

Address: 3301 Market Street North-East, Salem, Oregon, 97303, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 3301 Market Street North-East, Salem, is near Oregon State Capitol, Mission Mill Museum, LiL'Gypsy Boutique and Costume Rental, and Deschutes River State Recreation Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Salem

    Salem is HOT

    A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jul 31, 2015

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    ... no one home. Back to Don’s. He has a lot to do today as he is flying to Alaska tomorrow for 3 weeks. Last year he brought 300 pounds of fish home. I will stay here with Anita. Phil visited his cousin Dickie in Plymouth today. He is now on morphine just waiting for the end. It was sad being there-he is the relative that Phil is closest to, and has been all his life.

    July 12, 2015-Sunday—I slept in! Woke up early and read a bit and fell back ...

    Summertime!!

    A travel blog entry by teamcc on May 01, 2015

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    ... he will find more to take home and will have to repack it!! A trip to the bank and to buy cigars and home to relax. Later watched movie FARGO - a bleak movie that could have used better dialog! But still enjoyed it. 3 pool games and I won 2. Dinner at steak place for a good meal.

    May8, 2015-Friday-Phil's last day here. We stayed home and watched movie 'Turner and Hooch’, always good for a laugh! Played our last pool games and for ...

    Every Moment Counts

    A travel blog entry by melissafischer on Jan 06, 2015

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    ... Luke is what I would call a travel hazard. No one leaves our plane with out knowing who is he is. Perhaps it is the banging of his head on the window, or pinching legs of sleeping passengers, or running down the aisles through the first class division screaming NO that alerts passengers of his presence. If one was able to miss Luke's shena****ns they can simply look at me and come to the quick conclusion that ...

    Hello, Goodbye

    A travel blog entry by yellowstoners on Oct 15, 2014

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    ... of a mining facility. We saw mostly old and rusting machinery including what looks like to be the remains of a steam engine, a HUGE boiler of some kind, and vehicles. We even spotted an old mine shaft just off to the side of the path! Unfortunately, exploration of said mine shaft was cut quite short due to the fact that we could see further into the shaft that a grate had been built to keep people from going any further into the mine. ...

    June in Oregon

    A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jul 01, 2014

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    ... for batteries—Over $8 for 4 AA batteries!! On to 2 caches and did not find them-tooo many people around today! And then the new batteries went dead!! Damn. On towards the Gay pride area and lots of interesting looking booths, but they wanted $7 just to walk in and browse, so I wandered on. Found Nordstroms Bargain place and found a great black skirt for out overseas trip for half price—still too much but bought it anyway. Next stop was ...