Fairfield Inn & Suites Bend Downtown
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Left the house around 9:00. Made a stop at the bank and Starbucks then n our way!! Stopped at the rest stop 11 miles before Oregon to pee and set the navigation for Woodburn. Arrived at Woodburn 12:45. Ate at Panera Bread. It's nice to have a new choice for food. Left Woodburn at 3:05. Got on hwy 22 at Salem. No gas at the intersection although …
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However, inspecting the glass like walls, with ripples where different levels of lava had flowed through them was very interesting, and it was a change to some of the other hikes we had done.
So a few observations about Bend. It's population is a bit over 80,000, it is seen as the mecca ...
... of Glacier NP and they are a real eyesore.
We are seeing more dual cab trucks mounted with slide on campers over on this side of the States. But like all things American even these are big. Petrol is still king over here, with most trucks sporting engines of 4.5 litres capacity or more, and with petrol at under eighty cents a litre nothing is about to change. With engines this big these mothers fly, even towing a small block of flats, that passes as ...
When I left for this trip, I thought about my eventual visit to Oregon. I knew, if I was going to stop in Seattle to see my friends, I was going to go through Oregon. My debate was, "should I skip through because I've seen everything?" Should I leave more time for new adventures, and pass the familiar ones? Turns out, I'm glad I didn't listen to that thought... Woke up in Waldport, Oregon, on the beautiful (even when overcast) coast. ...
The Good Lord prepares us for our journey even before we leave the comfort of our home. We planned a home mass with our friends and family. The plan was to be outside. The temps have risen to the 90s, so an outdoor mass at 7pm sounded wonderful. I checked the weather report most of the day. I even checked two. One said we were in the clear most of the evening; the other showed ...