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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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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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... like a cat getting thrust into a box: "Thus! Hence, my original question."
Me: "GUY! What's the worst part about me, the one thing I have to be really careful to hide from everyone else during our trip?"
Guy: "Aren’t you traveling with your friends?"
Guy: "Seems like they already know that about you then."
Me, desperate: "Know WHAT?"
I am going to write a new travel blog entry today even though, duh, we haven't traveled anywhere yet. It's just that we have 5 days before we leave and I'm not sure what to do...I'm all packed and I can't think of anything else to buy.
Plus I have to confess that despite what I said in my last blog, Ecuador's Olympic gold medal wasn't in tennis after all! It was in speed walking. Who knew? The same man, speedwalking legend Jefferson ...
... br> This year we're going to Ecuador. Ecuador is on the equator, in South America, right below Columbia. I tried to take us to Bolivia this year, instead of Ecuador, but it was just too damn hard. Bolivia is not just landlocked, it's really far away from everything. To get there you have to fly through Peru first, arriving in the middle of the night, then you pay a visa fee of $135 per person and stand waiting at the airport that is next to La Paz, ...
... in a haze of smoke is getting to me. We have talked to many hikers that say they or someone they know has become ill in the past days and are blaming the smoke as well. Many people have starting hitch hiking ahead on the trail to get out of the fire zone. I think we will stick it out. 8/4/2014 27 miles (1861) James was feeling well enough to continue on today. We made our way around Crater Lake and all the way to the water source 27 miles in at thielson creek. ...
... extreme sport athletes were doing. The river was 'scary rough' and they traversed it with skillful ease.
We stayed in Cascade Locks on the Columbia, which is the only town that the Pacific Crest Trail intersects. The Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) is a 2,663 mile hiking trail from the Mexico border to the edge of ...