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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.
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If you have read any of my other blogs (unimaginable that you haven't!), you know that I usually go on a panic shopping spree before I leave for a trip. I was thinking I hadn’t fallen into that trap this time, and then I remembered Christmas (please see: www.amazon.com and Benni, the Fed Ex guy who, when he saw me downtown, yelled "Hey Kristie! What’d you order today?").
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