Motel 6 Gresham

Address: 18323 SE Stark Street, Gresham, Oregon, 97223, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 18323 SE Stark Street, Gresham, is near Powell Butte Nature Park, Glendoveer Golf Course, Gresham Golf Course, and O'Bryant Square.
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Travel Blogs from Gresham

Powell's Books and Voodoo Doughnuts in Portlandia

A travel blog entry by kschu140 on Nov 07, 2014

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... hours. It is multiple levels. We managed to score a few gifts for family members as well as a few gifts for ourselves. After that we walked back to the car, had trouble paying for parking (long story) but eventually got on the road. Will then took a wrong turn which added 20 minutes to the trip but we got home eventually after a quick stop at the grocery store. It is a steak and veg dinner tonight. Yum! We will hit the hay early tonight in preparation for our big day tomorrow. Talk ...

A day in the Columbia River Gorge

A travel blog entry by bellrouse on Aug 12, 2014

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... at Edgefield -- but no! Not a ball was lost! We learned about proper golf etiquette, especially on the green, eg, don't step on another player's line. We also learned about reading the green by looking at the slope to try to predict the angle and speed of the ball. Following lunch and a bit of wandering around Edgefield, we headed east into the Columbia River Gorge. In the Gorge we found waterfalls, lightening, thunder, rain, trout, and ...


A travel blog entry by jldavol on May 30, 2014

1 comment, 23 photos

... it, now you don’t: The mountain teases you the whole way up, then quite unexpectedly, the Lodge materializes out of the mist and you momentarily forget about the snow-capped peak. Built to complement the size and majesty of Mt. Hood, the massive structure was erected from timber and rock donated by the forests of the mountain itself. From 1936 to 1937 more than 500 men and women ...


A travel blog entry by tomanderson on May 13, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

So we left Newport and headed for Portland. Before leaving Newport, I received a sharp reminder of my days in construction. Some construction workers were staying in our motel with a couple of them driving 5 axle lorries which were parked in the motel car park. So as these ******* normally do, they started their engines at 5.30am before leaving at 6am. Honestly, I could have strangled them. I took note of their company and spent ages on line trying ...

Mount Hood

A travel blog entry by colinhardcastle on Oct 14, 2013

54 photos

... of battery when we are in the middle of what looks like an industrial district, and the main road is closed! There are detour signs, so I follow them and start to use the force for navigation. Thankfully, my phone battery holds up *just* enough for us to get going in the general right direction again, and we find some familiar territory. Back at our motel, we do a mini-pack up tonight once we settle the kids a bit, then off to ...