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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... nearby volcanic peaks. The pioneers had originally named them Faith, Hope and Charity but the names did not prevail. Sisters is a tourist town located on very busy Highway 20 that connects the Willamette Valley to the high desert. Sisters has grown tremendously in the last decade more than doubling in size to its current 2000+ souls.
Brothers barely qualifies as a wide spot in the road. Some say it was named after three brothers who settled in the area, others say that it ...
... be recorded due to it been played at 3am Oregon time (hence no phones had been looked at and Facebook that morning to avoid finding out the score before watching the game).
Heather was so good with coming up with amazing places to visit and things to do and suggested we try the "river float" down their local river, the Deschutes River. It was great fun as we loaded the Stand Up paddleboards, big air mattress and tubes onto the river to enjoy a leisurely ...
... full of beers from the Bend area and had a big cookout, and accomplished little else!
On our second day in Bend, we decided to make a huge day of biking around to as many of Jeff’s favorite breweries as we could. We made it to six and barely scratched the surface. We started the day at The Lot, a cool set up of food carts and a variety of beer taps surrounding an open air pavilion with picnic tables and high top seating. Erik and I split a reuben ...
I went to the most "accessible" of the many caves in the Park, learned (and promptly forgot) all about lava flow and cave formation, and -- based on the rest of the day's schedule -- decided against going to another one. I'm planning on going to Lehman Caves in Great Basin National Park on the way home, so I knew I'd get a chance to do some spelunking later.
The next port ...
... wallets with them and only took cash in our pockets. We left and went into the border control offices and we stood in front of a few people and paraded in a circle. They then handed us forms to complete, our photos were taken as well as our fingerprints. All went smoothly and we were granted a 3 month Visa each, only costing us $6 US. We are now permitted in and out of the US until July 12th as long as we present our visa on exit and entry. ...