Red Lion Hotel Bend
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... experience for us, with the black glass like rocks surrounding us as we scrambled around them. We walked along the turquoise waters of Paulina Lake and through the woods. We took a short hike down to Paulina Falls where we lingered a while, marveling at the falls themselves and the mossy boulders below. All of these beautiful features were within the same monument and were stunning.
Another highlight of our stay was a quick whitewater rafting trip down ...
... br> Next, we drove to Paulina Falls which is located west of Paulina Lake. The side-by-side Paulina Falls drop 60 feet onto a jumble of rocks below. We continued our hike to Paulina Lake. It is so freezing cold. We encountered snow flurries and snow on the ground in this area. The road to the summit was closed due to snow so we returned back to the condo.
... on to Palm Springs which was another couple of hrs. The lanes were 8 lanes wide going in and out of LA which made driving a bit hard. We stopped at Walmart and got some supplies for Coachella. We arrived in Palm Springs and we stayed at a nice hotel at Best Western. It was so warm we went for a swim. We made the trip safe and sound from Canada which we were stoked about. We made 2700km on less than 5 tanks. Approx $60 US per ...
... where I started and where I've come, I can't say much more than I'm satisfied. I'm blessed with the opportunities I had and overwhelmingly content with my decision to take the year off.
I'm back home now and finally have plans lined up regarding school: I am excited to be attending Westminster College in Salt Lake City as part of the class of the 2017. At this point, packing to travel the world seems a little easier ...
... trees, how could we not! Unfortunately there were no Ewoks or Navi folk about.
After a day of driving we called it a night in a little roadside motel. We continued on north to Bend via Crater Lake the next day. Crater Lake is the result of a volcano collapsing in on itself about 7700 years ago and a lake subsequently forming in the crater. The rim of the crater is at about 8000ft so it can get a little chilly. It was on the drive ...