America's Best Inn
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- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews America's Best Inn Burns
Travel Blogs from Burns
... entered the park and stopped at a place called Narrows where we should be able to see Harney Lake (30,000 acres) on the west, Mud Lake (5,000 acres) and Malheur Lake (40,000 acres) to the east.
We should have been surrounded with blue water and lots of waterfowl. We could not see one drop of water!
We drove on to the Visitors Center and found out that Harney Lake has completely dried up.
Mud Lake has ...
... We decided to hold off on that until we cooled down a bit and get some food in us. No worries though, about a half hour later we were in the large hot spring and just enjoying the view and borderline scalding water. We stayed in there and watched the daylight diminish, storm clouds (that were far away) light up the sky, and then the bats flying around us devouring every (hopefully) bug they could. Cheers! ...
... nice pave trail to walk to the top and see for miles. It was built by LEM's. A new acronym for me that stands for "local experienced men." The US Corp of Engineers would hire them so someone would know what they were doing . There were some very small windows in the fort that were cut out so when you looked out you were focused on one mountain. It was like looking in ...
I had my regular scheduled day off yesterday in Burns, Oregon. After 2 weeks of working my way through the hills and up and over several mountain summits, I was very surprised at the last 10 miles of Day 14. I suddenly dropped right into some awesome desert terrain. The heat is not yet a factor, hovering in the 75-85 range. There is still a lot of green, but cactus plants and high wall rock canyons leave no doubt as ...
... after about an hour, before it was totally dark, we put on our rain jackets, went outside, and wiped down CharLi the RV. Woo Hoo. Clean and saved $40 cleaning ...