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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... just down the road at Multnomah Falls. Multnomah Falls has an upper & lower falls for a total drop of 620 feet. Wahkeena Falls trails done a rocky mountainside but Multnomah drops straight down & is an impressive site. We hiked up to the Benson Footbridge which allows you to stand above the lower drop for a beautiful view of the falls. A
Our last stop for the day was at Gary & Linda Casady's home. Gary & Linda were Steven's ...
... 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 ...
... Highway 30 follow the river from Boardman to the sea – nearly 200 miles. Our route took us on the most scenic part – from The Dalles (is this pronounced Dallas?) to Troutman before we turned north over the river into Washington.
When we first arrived we stayed at Memaloose State Park – a pretty park and some of the campsites have awesome views (not ours). There was no access to the rivers edge, but overall it was ...
... a few kite surfers struggling to get themselves out on the water - pretty impressive once they did get out there though.
Made a stop at East Wind Drive-In back in Cascade Locks. I insisted I needed to have a giant ice cream cone like the ones I had seen when we drove by before. I initially ordered the medium but the woman gave me a fair warning of the sizes so I reluctantly agreed to go with the small. As you can tell by the pic the small was plenty and I think this ...
... of the old town, a viewing of the many lovely wall murals, a wine tasting at Sunshine Mill (where wheat was milled for 130 years before the old building was converted to a winery for Quenett (meaning 'steelhead') and Copa Di Vino wines), a delicious lunch of bouillabaisse, calamari and French onion soup at the circa 1876 Baldwin Saloon, and a visit to the excellent Columbia Gorge Discovery Center museum!