Shilo Inn Tigard/Washington Square
Travel Blogs from Tigard
Hazelarrowturel stayed here on Aug 23, 2013 during their trip titled: Hazelarrowturel's Great Adventure.
This was the last visit on the list. We knew where to go, knew that a while ago it had erupted, but that's about all. The ride in was nice, and we had a map which showed a little dead end road which didn't go that close. We took it. Thank goodness. The pictures tell a great story, and this place is truly breathtaking. Talked earlier about the destructive and creative power of nature. We have no idea. The eruption was ...
... was accidentally killed in a logging accident. It is surrounded by houses except for a locked boat ramp. We squeezed in a photo and travelled South toward Portland. Along the way we decided to go to Mt St Helens. A 2 hour round trip plus photo ops. It was a lovely thing to do. Not long on the access road we saw a deer on the road and Bigfoot. The final 7 kms was closed but we saw lots along the way. The highlight for the kids ...
... tutelage of a master practicing for years. First a student spent time recreating the compositions of his master. He would be given—no, he wouldn't get to choose—a master drawing, along with a piece of vellum, thin and transparent, and a piece of paper to execute what was referred to as a pouncing. Then ...
... on their prices/hours. And I will look up restaurants if I'm stumped for options.
Here's the real point though... carrying a guidebook makes me feel like a Traveler. I'm there on leisure, to sightsee, learn, and enjoy. I have data at my fingertips, I can reread about this place all I want and enjoy it every time.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking