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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... tacos from one of the carts (the tacos were the best choice) before making our way to 10 Barrel, our first brewery stop. After that, it was on to Deschutes, Crux, Boneyard, Bend Brewing Company, Silver Moon (and local bars McMinemans and West Side). It was quite the day, and in the end Erik and I both favored Crux. They had the largest selection of beers and one of the best outdoor patio/yard areas that we visited all day. On top of that, the view of ...
... Services to showcase the volcanic landscapes. This was a one-mile paved trail. This area is a first hand look at nature's ongoing struggle following the volcanic activity over 6000 years ago.
We saw large ponderosa pines, wild currant, rock penstemon and Indian paintbrush which exist in this arid climate. Tree molds were formed as lava ...
... on by 8. We named our van big poppa! We past a lot more farming and forestry and headed into the hills, a single snow tipped mountain lied in the middle. Mt Shasta was a big mountain that was much taller than anything else. Further south we found a gorgeous blue lake/dam with multiple houseboats. The further south we got the hotter it started to become. Allana chucked on the shorts and we both put on our thongs! We stopped ...
... of Bend) I began taking the Transamerica Bicentennial Bicycling Route (TransAm). This route was first inaugurated in 1976 and was the first official transcontinental bicycle route. I will be following this route now until I get to Missoula, MT. The route takes me straight east across the Eastern Oregon Plateau to Baker City, OR. There I finagle my way over the Blue Mountains into Western Idaho and take the fabled Hwy 12 up to Missoula. I regretted my decision immediately ...
... 8211; a vibrant and cosmopolitan city with a huge number of visitors and locals comingling in the ancient alleys and beautiful piazzas. Monuments and memorials merge in a seamless sequence – the local guides we hired were able to bring the past to life and convey the pride of their city of today.
Munich – Back in Germany by plane (the only leg of the trip not done by trains) I began to reformulate my notions ...