Econo Lodge Southeast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... serving as the exterior of the Overlook Hotel in the movie “The Shining” starting Jack Nicholson. You remember... “Here’s Johnny!” The 1980 movie used aerial shots of the lodge as part of its opening scene, and exterior footage for some establishing shots throughout the movie. The lodge has also been included in the 1941 short musical film, Jingle Belles, 1952 film Bend of the River, 1960 film All the Young Men, ...
... two choices were tasty! Later we met up with a Philadelphia friend who has returned to the Portland area- Amber gave us a few tips, and we loved the Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden. So pretty- but there might not be much in bloom by Mother's Day! We had a pleasant 68 degrees today- heard it was also a beautiful day on the east coast! On the road one month tomorrow! ...
... to find suitable food for weirdo vegetarians - places were either shut, closing early or full. We eventually found a restaurant (in the hotel next door) offering Pasta Primavera. The toasted marshmallows, Graham crackers and chocolate, arranged by our tour guide, which we had on the beach later, were a lot more nutritious!
The drive to Portland was a delight. We took "the Three Capes" ocean road and had a number of photo stops along the way. We saw ...
... a historical tour of the lodge at no cost. Our guide was a local volunteer devoted to the building and its history; passionate and knowledgeable retirees are my favorite. Our guide walked us through the Depression Era construction, with two remarkable takeaways. 1) With minimal funds, many added features were made of repurposed materials. 2) The ...
... judgement that we choose pioneer place to get off as this was the centre although not obvious. The Trains/ trams are clean speedy and nice. In fact their travel system in and around the city was brilliant, some of it free. eventually found the tourist info and it was closed. The odd sign was dotted about and I did speak to the hop on hop off trolley bus girl, but she told me what i asked and never elaborated. It was only as we were leaving the ...