Bend Three Sisters Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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As I finish my 45th day on the road, something weird has happened... I woke up in Bend, Oregon, at my friend Levi's house feeling very tired. I had gotten a full night sleep, so I just shook it off since we had a long, fun drive yesterday. We decided to go to the Original Pancake House, and I ordered my favorite breakfast, Swedish Pancakes! It has a similar menu to the Hawai'i version, ...
Our family loves Bend Oregon, but this time around we didn't do much except relax. We got to Bend around dinner time and checked in to a not so nice hotel. The good news is there was a pool, so the kids and Summer went swimming and I went and got us pizza for dinner. The next day we moved over to McMenamins Hotel ( Another Family Favorite) for a Pre-Birthday surprise for Owen. It was perfect. We checked in and headed out for ...
... br> Today, I head west and north. See you tonight!
Well, there was a bit of a hiccup today. Something that I said in this post triggered the automatic "promotion" flags of the hosting website, and my post got quarantined until they were satisfied that the only thing I was "promoting" was the Park Service's Golden Pass.
Better late than never, I suppose.
... Depending on where you viewed the falls from, the lowest section may or may not be visible. In the pool at the base of the middle section, there was a log floating in the water that was caught in a vortex and swirling around and around and around. We stopped here for a bit to take some pictures, and then started hiking back on the North Fork Trail. When we were almost back to the trailhead, we turned onto the Bridge Creek Trail. This ...
... called Maryhill as we saw a sign for a museum and needed a loo, turned out to be a mansion some guy called Sam Hill had built and his wife had refused to live in which has since been turned into an art museum, made use of the facilities, had a wander round the museum and then sat outside in the beautiful grounds and had a picnic lunch. Back on the road and we arrived in Bend around 4ish, Andrea and Garry wanted to go to ...