Travelodge Aberdeen

521 W Wishkah St, Aberdeen, Washington, 98520, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 521 W Wishkah St, Aberdeen, is near The Lady Washington, YMCA of Grays Harbor, and Grays Harbor National Wildlife Refuge.
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Travel Blogs from Aberdeen

Fishing, Fishing, Fishing

A travel blog entry by joec404 on Sep 01, 2014

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... that sells fresh fish, so I bought a big slab of King salmon and one of Halibut - relish, baby. There's a wide, winding trail along the shore, out to the state park that I rode a couple of times on my new bike - loved that!

Watched the Hawks Thursday night for the start of the season - more booty kicking. Off to a good start.

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After 12 days, we're relaxed but ready to move on.

A travel blog entry by joec404 on Sep 01, 2014

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... catastrophes in the boat crossing. But even we weren't unscathed - the Tufie fell in trying to push us off the bank (chuckle, chuckle)

Weather was interesting; some morning it was so foggy you couldn't see anything at all, but by mid morning or noon, the sun was out and the day bright blue. A few days it the monsoons appeared, and it really came down, but again, ...

The Feast

A travel blog entry by htimsnahtan on Aug 28, 2014

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... flora and fauna. The pictures I took don't begin to do the land justice. As evening approached, we arrived at our destination, Bruceport Park. It offered lovely accommodations on a bluff overlooking the Willapa Bay. While setting up our hammocks, we had the pleasure of watching an intensely deep blue sunset spread into the Bay in the space between towering conifers grabbing onto the bluff's ...

Come As You Are

A travel blog entry by soppe on Aug 14, 2014

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... of "Aberdeen armpit of Washington" would have been worthwhile. When chatting with touring Washingtonians at the campground, I got the exact same head-hanging look of shame whenever I mentioned staying in Aberdeen. "I'm sorry."

Nonetheless, it was a perfect launching point for Olympic National Park, which contains some of the greatest scenery ...

Natures beauty

A travel blog entry by chris-fernie on Jul 02, 2013

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... at the table next to me was Sarah G. Lee, the lady who had created all of the artistic displays. I noticed a sign in the lobby that the sculptures that she constructed were sold and the money donated to the local food bank. What a wonderful idea for artistic expression and to raise money for charity.

I had a late start as I took time to enjoy the gardens and waterscapes at the motel. I also procrastinated so the morning ...