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TripAdvisor Reviews Celilo Inn The Dalles
Travel Blogs from The Dalles
... nice and the sandwiches we excellent. I did mention the not short of a paragraph line, and she laughed. Reg- she gave us directions toTimberline Lodge and the way she spoke of it gave us the impression that it was a big old historic house. So of we goes and comes to the turnoff and it was another 6 miles up a very windy road. The temperature slowly dropped and it ended up at 45 degrees and it was raining.( Neither of us had jumper or even a coat!!!) The house turned out ...
... that exist today, flooding the river as high up as Crown Point.
Crossed the 'Bridge of the Gods'. Took a ton of video footage but not many stills - so you'll have to wait for the youtube video. Finished off a great ride with a good Thai feed and a few 'stouts' in ...
... though it’s a big campground and we were checking in early on Thursday, there was only one spot left that we could have for two nights. This means we have an adventure for Saturday night in store for us, which we think is okay.
If you have a huge fifth wheel, a big-ass truck and a 20 foot motor boat with a trailer that sports chrome rims you would fit right in. Oh, I nearly forgot, you must bring at least 5 kids. Per truck. The place is crawlin’ ...
We stopped at the Tillamock cheese factory, sampled some cheese, had ice cream, and watched a worker get overrun by product on the line.
Stopped for the night in Newport, OR.
Gas at Vancouver, WA, 105 miles, 2.7 gallons, $10.78, 38.9 mpg.
Gas at Warrenton, OR, 117 miles, 3.1 gallons, $12.27, 37.7 mpg.
Day three miles 362, miles so far 1,116.
We drove through Hood Canal (beautiful area full of nice summer homes) in Washington. From there, we drove through the Columbia Gorge. At Mosier, we drove up to a lookout, that spanned the Gorge, and down a winding road to The Dalles. That night, we camped at Dechute River Campground (along with a zillion Canada Geese)