Vista Park Bed and Breakfast

480 Vista Ave. S.E., Salem, Oregon, 97302, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Salem

June in Oregon

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jul 01, 2014

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... really good, and well done, though a bit too much ‘potty talk’. Scenery was really good-Monument Valley! Then a couple more caches and a stop at the grocery for milk and back home. Cats were happy to see me!

June 11th Wednesday- Another nice day out—I was meeting Marilyn at 1 pm for lunch at McMenamins - Market Street Pub b-home . This is on the ground floor of the building I ...

Day 149: Court Date

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Mar 15, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... flip phone... I laughed at it.

Before leaving Salem we took a short driving tour by the Capitol building and through the historic old town section of the city. Salem, the capital of Oregon, is a cute small town that seems to have a lot of character in and around the center. Our historic drive ended us at a park (I have no idea if this was the real end or not). Since the weather had turned from rain into beautiful sunny day, we had a walk around the park ...

My trip to Africa-What? Why? Details!

A travel blog entry by katrinaserene on Sep 23, 2013

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I thought I would make a blog entry about my thoughts that led up to making the decision to go to Africa. How the location and company I'm volunteering through was picked and why in the world I chose Africa of all places? (Just some questions friends and family have asked me, so I thought, why not blog about it! lol) -Also thank you to my friend Breanna for helping me get the inspiration for this post & its title, even though she probably doesn't ...

Hops and R PODs

A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Aug 23, 2013

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... the last many years.

I don't know what it is about small towns but we seem to bump into an inordinate amount of real characters. Is it because the ratio of characters to regular folk is higher or is it that they recognize us for what we are- unsuspecting strangers. One such fellow was disguised as the proprietor in a local eatery. Jil went in to purchase a caffe latte. Twenty minutes later we had been informed that the 100 mile wide subduction earthquake fault that we ...

Yellowstone and onward.

A travel blog entry by whereisdad on Jul 13, 2013

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This moring we had a good oatmeal and coffee breakfast at the Sinclair Station and headed out for Yellowstone and then on to West Glacier. The solo bikes took of to enjoy some of the curves while the Chuck Wagons, accompanied by Bill set a more sedate pace. We were able to use our National Park passes to get in to the park, a great value if you have one and were soon enjoying the beauty of the area. As soon as we were in the park proper we came upon what was to be the first of many ...


This B&B, located on 480 Vista Ave. S.E., Salem, is near Bush's Pasture Park, Historic Deepwood Estate, Honeywood Winery, and Bush House Museum.
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