Hudson Manor Inn & Suites
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Hudson Manor Inn & Suites Longview
Travel Blogs from Longview
... the Washington side, finding the landscape quite the contrast from the greenery of Idaho. The starkness of the banks on either side had us concerned about finding a campsite. We hadn't made a reservation for the 23rd, thinking that we would wing it and maybe stay on Mount Hood somewhere. But as the evening wore on, we realized we wouldn't make it that far, so we stopped at Maryhill State Park. It was a lovely, grassy campground - flush toilets, running water - ...
... as a young child. A horrible tragedy on the river.
Former Senator Julia Butler Hansen was responsible for the establishment of the white tailed Deer Refuge, which is now named after her. It is a reed covered area wooded wetlands. It must have been teaming with wildlife when Lewis paddled through here.
Hi there. We will publish Days 3 and 4 of Our 4 Day Journey Home very soon. We have lots of great photos. We couldn't publish from train due to poor wifi service AND a little someone whom shall remain nameless found my phone while I was napping and watched cartoons; hence, used up the data plan!
... the total miles were 10,444. We averaged about 6.5 miles per gallon in the RV. From memory, the lowest fuel price was about $3.14 in Georgia. The highest was about $3.80 in the early days up in Montana and North Dakota.
We visited 27 states and at least 26 national parks or monuments. We were not affected by the present federal government shutdown but we did reroute our trip due to the flooding in and near Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. ...
... making the van sound like a high performance machine (those are the techs words). He reassured us that we would do no further harm by driving with it broken so we decided to continue on and have it repaired when we arrive home.
Beaverton was only about 45 minutes from LL Stub Stewart State Park where we planned to camp for the next couple of nights. The park sits about midway on the Banks ...