Quality Inn & Suites Goldendale

808 East Simcoe Drive, Goldendale, Washington, 98620, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 808 East Simcoe Drive, Goldendale, is near Goldendale Observatory State Park Interpretive Center and Sam Hill's Country Store.
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    Travel Blogs from Goldendale

    The Other Coumbia River Gorge

    A travel blog entry by photokent on Jul 08, 2014

    3 comments, 9 photos

    Day 50

    Technically the Columbia River Gorge eastern edge stops at the Deschutes River where we are camping. At least that is what the sign says.

    In reality it changes form. Widens out. flattens a little and is very, very brown. Late in evening and early in the morning, the sunlight hits the grass and you think you are ...

    Mr. Toad Flips His Lid

    A travel blog entry by photokent on Jul 07, 2014

    ... it easy to park in big parking garages.


    Look Mom, no Lid!

    I took everything out of the back end of the jeep and re-arranged it all, sending two boxes of extra gear to my eBay seller in ...

    Day-43 Hood River, Columbia River, Oregon

    A travel blog entry by tessacat on Jul 22, 2013

    16 photos

    ... had caused over 30 years ago.

    This area was indeed a tree graveyard for miles around, the lake was full of dead trees still floating on top of the lake. Spirit lake is now 240 ft higher from the all the rock and ash which flowed into the lake from the explosion of the volcano. We climbed up 437 steps, to get the best possible views of volcano and back down 437 steps again. (Who's idea was that)
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    Winding our way back home...

    A travel blog entry by gypsytour on Jun 25, 2013

    20 photos

    ... his name ] who travelled a lot as a professional roadie and stopped in here all the time. He told us of the epic stages he and his crew had constructed, one of which was for the Rolling Stones - 120 semis full of the stage which took 5 days to assemble and 1 1/2 days to dismantle and repack. His dream was to sell the idea of a roadie reality show, which pitted different crews against each other. Sounds a lot better than the one with the ...

    The Fruit Loop and Mt. Hood

    A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Sep 06, 2012

    19 photos

    ... lupines and asters in full bloom. We hiked until we came to the Hood River Wilderness. There we needed to fill out a tag that gave us permission to hike there. We hiked mostly down from that point to Zig Zag Canyon which was about a mile and a half. We went down to the bottom of the canyon to the glacial melt stream that went through it. The water was really cold. We hiked back up out of the canyon and went up and up and up some more until ...