Prater's Motel

1306 Oak St, Hood River, Oregon, United States | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Hood River

Setting Goals

A travel blog entry by ktowell


Remember how last winter my family went to Guatemala for a month? Well, we're doing it again this year. Except we’re going to Nicaragua. For 6 weeks. And we are renting a condo instead of staying with a family. Oh, and Guy is only coming for two weeks.

Plus a lot of other people that we know are joining us, including the boys’ cousin Lila, and their best buddy, Ben, as well as Guy’s brother ...

Falling for Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by nadyapb


... a unique experience for us was that we took a hidden trail to it. Last time Chris was here, the main trial was closed due to construction; however, he saw people down by the falls, and discovered an alternate trail that was even better due to the fact that it passed right under the Columbia River Scenic Highway bridge just below the falls. This route was definitely much more scenic and less congested.

Last but not least was the waterfall Chris dubbed ...

The Green Zion

A travel blog entry by nadyapb


... as the sun had just peeked out from underneath the clouds and was setting behind Mt Hood. The Columbia River was sprawling in front of us, and the volcanic peaks to the North were in the backdrop.

From there, it was a very short drive to the town of Hood River. The town of barely 7,000 people will be our home for the next 3 days. Our super charming B&B turned out to be kept by a pair of elderly Yugoslavians, who made us feel right at home, We were just a few blocks ...

Another trip

A travel blog entry by ktowell


... called
La Mariposa, where the boys and I might study next winter. Sally and I will also
spend a few nights on Isla Ometepe, an island in Lake Nicaragua that has 2 big
volcanoes, lots of petroglyphs and a ton of bats. Nicaragua has more
types of bats than any other mammal—120 different kinds. Some of
them are vampire bats. Nature Tip: While I always thought that vampire bats were called “vampire”
because they were pale, handsome ...

Painted hills and waterfall...

A travel blog entry by marcuslindberg


... by outside. The girl grabbed her backpack and ran outside to catch her ride just as her mother wished her a good day. We finished our breakfast and packed up our belongings in the hotel, getting ready to leave. Just we left though we took some pictures of the street and diner. Leaving the small town of Mitchell we headed to "Painted hills" not far away. Painted hills are, as the name implies, hills that are "painted" with ...


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