Travelodge Salem

1555 State Street, Salem, Oregon, 97301, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 1555 State Street, Salem, is near Oregon State Capitol, Mission Mill Museum, Willamette University, and Historic Deepwood Estate.
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A travel blog entry by rahelundpeter on Sep 07, 2013

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Auch diese Nacht haben wir uns ziemlich in unsere Schlafsäcke eingekuschelt. Auf diesem Plumpsklocampground hat's eine richtige Chipmunkinvasion. Überall sind die kleinen, eichhörnchengrossen, kleinen Nager unterwegs und es scheint, als verlieren sie die Scheu vor den Menschen, da ein kleiner Frechsdachs sich kek vor mich hinstellt und eine Sekunde …

June in Oregon

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jul 01, 2014

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... thought it belonged to one of the grandkids! We had a wonderful dinner! The dragon boats are all tied up near the restaurant and are very colorful and I should have taken a picture. Monica and brought the 1959 college yearbook, the year we roomed together, and we had fun looking at the photos and talking about the various gals we knew! Then a drive through Selwood to a bakery like place that sold decadent goodies for dessert and home.

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Make money online easy and free kids games

A travel blog entry by end1bush on Mar 16, 2014

... make use of Forex charts to spot a pattern and determine when a particular currency increase or decline value. Now that you know the way to trade in the Forex market, now you can open a funded account and begin trading currencies. Remember that in all trades done in a financial market, you should also expect to suffer from losses. You need to be prepared to deal with it as well as accept it. That is why you need a substantial amount of money to trade in Foreign ...

Preparing for Moshi & Other fun facts! :D

A travel blog entry by katrinaserene on Oct 02, 2013

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... to go for cheaper then a taxi would cost. I'm already intrigued! :) Also I've read that apparently, "Mazunga" is a term the children or others refer to white people as. I've read that it is an endearing term though, so I think its cute. I'm still researching and trying to learn little bits of the language so I can be a little more prepared, but don't worry English will be my primary language spoken while in Moshi. Either way I'm so excited that I soon get to be emersed in a ...

A Relaxing Drive to Salem

A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Aug 22, 2013

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... Resort located a few miles west of Salem. We stayed here once before. The roads are asphalt, the site pads are concrete with mowed grass between each site. The grounds include beautiful flower gardens and some trees. There are nice walking areas on the perimeter of the park for the furry ones. The staff is extremely cordial and very helpful. The only drawbacks are the sites are a little short, fairly close to one another and the interior roads are not real wide, but adequate.