How has this motel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Travelodge Longview
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... instead of removing them! I about messed my pants laughing and when I told them they were supposed to remove the cornhusks, they also laughed uncontrollably. After they were done laughing at themselves, they ate one without the cornhusk and couldn’t wait to get their hands on a few more. They volunteered to become future taste testers if the job ever opened up! I think we each ate about a dozen before we had to crawl away from the table!
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After leaving Yreka this morning our first challenge of the day was a mountain pass with several 6% downhill grades of 5-7 miles each. As I mentioned before, the bigger you are the faster you roll! Learning to maneuver this house on wheels has been an interesting challenge for Stan. Using a jake brake (engine braking system thru down shifting of the gears) and the coach brakes in unison to slow this baby down can be a bit of a nail biting experience! When you see ...
... for supper. We only had to look as far as the back of our parking pass, which had a 15% off coupon for the Silver Salmon Grille. We had Alder Planked Salmon with Dungeness crab on top with a "beurre blanc" sauce drizzled over all. It was very good! I also noticed they had a 5 piece fish and chips (with halibut) for $20 (Daddy, this one’s for you!
Tomorrow, it’s off to Beaverton and a visit with Scott, Amy and ...
... of hours and settled down in a Truck Stop just before the turnoff of I-90. The Truck stop was pretty basic but did just fine as it was free and the lads had a campervan so we all stayed in there.
The Next morning we got up and although to begin with the Stop had been a little noisy, I had slept like a baby so felt rather refreshed in the morning. On the drive down to Mt St Helens, because of the difference in speed up the hills between ...
... that the best thing to do would be to annoy the **** out of each other while their poor parents alternate between figuring out how to set up the tent for the first time, get supper ready, and make preparations for the night's campfire. We try to concentrate, try harder not to lose our marbles, and eventually lose it on them. Isn't camping fun?