Red Lion Hotel Bend
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... nearby, Breezy could wander freely, and the creek was very present and pleasant. Lots of lovely bird sounds including one that sounded like a Carolina Wren. It was surprisingly chilly there. I had to retire early-- as I may also tonight-- to get warm in the sleeping bag and tent. I was warm enough, but I think Breezy was not-- she was shivering until she finally got on the sleeping pad, and under my sleeping bag. I slept just okay, not all ...
Taxi is waiting outside the door... actually no taxi, we are driving ourselves to the airport due to the middle of the night departure from Bend. Have to be at United's counter at 3:30 am... for a 5 am flight to San Francisco. There we connect with another flight to Dulles International and then we will be on our final leg, this time to Leonardo da Vinci International... in Rome, the Eternal City.
Well, we landed in Oregon on July 27th
and wasted no time getting settled into the hotel and off to visit Portland. Per Ainsley, this is how the day went (Mom is scribing for
her).Before we went to the Cosper’s
(one of my mom’s college friends), we went to Portland’s Rose Garden. While we were there we “sniffed” and took
beautiful pictures of ...
... was even a Gay and Lesbian history museum which, although a bit small, was interesting all the same. It’s hard not to feel lucky growing up when we did in a more accepting time.
The next stop was Haight-Ashbury, aka hippy town. The area is known as the centre of the hippy movement in the 1960s. Now it is a collection of bong shops, op shops, stoners and old hippies. We quickly ticked that off the list and moved on to ...
... you who are want to take a peek, she especially recommends the Norfolk Botanical Garden cam as being the clearest, although the Catalina Island eagles live the closest to her and "Cascade & Lady O'Dell"'s camera also transmits sound!
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service