A Peaceful Sanctuary

203 Deadmond Ferry, Springfield, Oregon, United States | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 203 Deadmond Ferry, Springfield, is near Willamette River bike trail, Hayward Field, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, and University of Oregon Museum of Art.
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    Travel Blogs from Springfield

    The Persecution of Midwives as a HumanRights Issue

    A travel blog entry by linchi on Apr 03, 2013

    9 photos

    ... of panels, each addressing different aspects of human rights in childbirth, where it becomes clear what’s at stake in this country. The first panel is called 'Persecuted Birth Professionals’ and a group of midwives and doctors share their story about their work and persecution. The stories shared are shocking. Words like felony, homicide, manslaughter and murder are a big part of the vocabulary used. Midwives, who support women to birth their children at home, are ...

    Preparations

    A travel blog entry by harry4123 on Dec 23, 2012

    10 comments, 2 photos

    ... manual rotary pump to transfer the fuel from the cargo tank to the wing tanks once on the ground at SCRM so I’d have full wing tanks for the return flight to SCCI. I did a trial run with this setup while still at home and it all worked successfully.

    Equipment

    In addition to the custom fuel tank and pump, the additional equipment I’ll carry is pretty much the same things I took on my RTW flight – a covered life ...

    Day 21 - The Last day

    A travel blog entry by oregonbmw on Jul 27, 2012

    21 photos

    ... 8220;Hello sir” to Dana and she said “Hi!” in her obviously female voice. “Oh, sorry ma’am!” Hmm, Dana wonders if she rides like a man? A compliment?

    He walked past her and headed for Brian. They had a polite conversation along the lines of “do you know how fast you were going”… “75?”… “well I clocked you at 71… license, registration and proof of ...

    No place like home .......Some final thoughts

    A travel blog entry by donhad on Jun 03, 2012

    ... to visit sites that are hundreds of years older than the US has been in existence. And we visited such sites almost every day during our visit.

  • Just like the Southern Oregon coast is different from the Willamette Valley, and the Columbia River Gorge......Irelands Dingle Peninsula and the Cliffs of Moher like no other places we seen. Kinsale Ireland could have been Bandon Oregon, and as we drove through the interior of Ireland, we ...

  • Just grab your hat, come travel light

    A travel blog entry by kimrobinson on Aug 26, 2011

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... to ditch the American city trail and get out to the Pacific coast and see some of the beautiful country on offer, I'm still game to camp and travel with my two new friends.

    Our first point of call is to find Wallmark and get a tent ... Caleb was the one with one ... so a tent and some food provisions purchased and we are eventually leaving Portland and heading through the suburbs towards Lincoln City on the ...