Red Lion Hotel Bend
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... see the familiar Pilot Butte landmark. A community quickly grew. The name was shortened by the U.S. Postal Service to Bend.
Bend is located in a transition zone on the eastern shoulder of the Cascade Range. On the west ponderosa pines grow right down into town. The east side of the community is more dry. It transitions into high desert junipers and scrub pine. Once logging was the primary industry. Now an outlet mall inhabits an old saw mill building and grounds.
... but it ended up being quite an entertaining half hour, while we went through two sets of people to assist us. The first were two guys, one local and one from out of town. They had a spare tube to give us that ended up having more holes in than the original tire taken off!!! Must have been in his bag for quite a few years LOL. They then tried fixing the holes with a 1-dollar bill and some electrical tape! Something out of the Mythbusters realm. This was clearly not ...
... from the brewery was incredible. It was definitely hard to beat.
The following day after a slow start (go figure), Jeff took us to the Newberry National Volcanic Monument about 20 minutes outside of Bend. Within the monument, we went to a lookout point where we could see the obsidian field below, and further down Paulina and East Lakes. The view was spectacular in all directions, and from there we ventured down to the obsidian lava flow field below. This was ...
... an icecream as we stretched our legs and took in the views. Back on the road we went, swapping for snooze breaks along the way. Soon we crossed the Colombian River and the border into Oregon. We passed through a lot of farming land surrounded by snow tipped mountains, on through Madras, Redmond and into Bend. Just before Redmond we crossed a bridge over a 300ft drop, it looked epic so we stopped at the viewing site. A quick dinner stop at a ...
... that Never Sleeps” would best fit the pulsating Amsterdam. Dutch people in general speak excellent English which likely accounts for the great number of Americans, Australians and Brits visiting the city. The libertarian spirit was everywhere: “Coffee Shops” afford a few toots of what in the US would would mostly be done only behind closed doors?
All in all, this was such a whirlwind voyage with highs and ...