A Peaceful Sanctuary

Address: 203 Deadmond Ferry Rd, Springfield, Oregon, 97477-9402, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 203 Deadmond Ferry Rd, 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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      Getting closer to Seattle!

      A travel blog entry by minaco on Aug 02, 2013

      ... them home to NYC and cancel the trip. She has the poor girl in tears more than once over the next several hours...which to bystanders felt like DAYS at times. I was wondering if we should shoot a sequel to "Throw Momma From The Train!" Thus mother calls her other adult daughter on her cell phone asking her daughter to check into doctors, other hotels near the train, possibly to change their flights, etc. she takes the same tone with ...

      Tues April 09 2013

      A travel blog entry by road_tripper on Apr 09, 2013

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      ... already, is the weather. It has been snowing some these last 3 days and the temps are around 50 during the day - 32ish at night. Perfect weather! I am thinking the Adirondacks might have competition from Oregon and Washington, especially if the scenery from yesterday is a peak into what will be waiting further up North! We have been in town pretty much all day. Not in a mood to go anywhere fast ...

      Family Time

      A travel blog entry by gibb on Jul 31, 2012

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      ... s.

      Harrisburg is in the Willamette Valley of Oregon. As we left the coast and drove east through some small passes filled with beautiful pine forests we really had no idea the Valley was going to be so large or beautiful. I hadn't been to Oregon in 10 years and the last time I was there I don't remember driving around and exploring the area much. There is mile upon mile of farmland and vineyards. The views were great (we did avoid ...

      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 ...