- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
Photos of Vagabond Lodge
Travelers also recommend:
TravelPod Member ReviewsVagabond Lodge Hood River
This motel has nice landscaping, a nice big room with a balcony overlooking the Columbia River and the view couldn't be better. The room is clean, the bed comfortable, and they even have a frig and micro! Definitely a great value for what you get.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Vagabond Lodge Hood River
Travel Blogs from Hood River
... who ran a credit check on me before we married. He asked a series of questions like "What PERS tier do you belong to?" "What's the interest rate on your student loan? What's the current balance?" and whenever I said "I have no idea", he would say "HA!" and tell me the correct answer because he knew and I didn't and he cared and I didn't and I guess some people are just like that.
Tavish is the underpaid social worker of our family. ...
... just gone in one gigantic circle which ends in someone else is paying for my awesome vacation?)
But please take note. I will be working. In a very important and responsible way. There are 30 students signed up for my Intro to Folklore and Mythology class.
Guy has decided to come along on this trip, too. Because who wouldn't? And while he is taking a month off from his job to travel, I will be working.
Suck on that.
... and this is where we turned around. My hip was not handling the uphill segments very well so we rested here and enjoyed conversation with a couple of stay-at-home dads who had drive out from Portland for a day of riding with their 3-year-olds.
... 8221; As my gut seized from that sucker punch, I said the only thing that came to my mind, “Can I make you a smoothie?”
All the good parenting manuals in the world preach that healthy families eat dinner together. I struggle with that. Part of the problem is that dinner is at night, and generally by night time, I’m tired and I want to sit on the couch and not in some upright wooden chair. ...
... easy trails lead to Elowah Falls and Upper McCord Falls, both fed by the McCord creek. We followed the trail to Elowah Falls, which was lush and green and full of fall colors. Our path was littered with leaves of all colors, and the sun was just starting to chase out the shadows between the trees, making for an awesome effect. Less than a mile later, we were at Elowah Falls, marveling at the 200+ ft drop. Big boulders littered the base and the creek just downstream from ...