Silverton Inn And Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Each Station has a sign written in German or maybe Swiss German? on the enclosure indicating its content. Set back in the enclosure is a scene representing that Station. I have tried to translate the signage verbatim as it differentiates slightly from the English version. It's a good walk for us and our furry ones. Our Molly loves cool weather so she was a very willing walker. An unexpected visitor greets us just before we reach ...
We come here to participate in the monks prayers. The are sung as Gregorian Chants, half of them on each side of the altar standing in rows of wooden booths. They sing their prayers alternating from side to side. If you haven't ever participated in the monks prayers I would highly recommend the experience.
Many abbeys are self sufficient as they grow their own food, make needed repairs, etc. In fact we passed an older monk who ...
... Highway 99E. At the next opportunity we head southeast towards Mt. Angel, then to Silverton. Oh well, it was a nice ride through pretty farmland and what's an extra ten miles?
We've been to Silver Spur RV Park in the past. It's a nice park with a large office/ club house/ wash facility under one roof. The staff is super friendly. We came in at 1030 hours, an hour and a half early so we had to wait awhile for the people in our assigned site to vacate. We set ...
... br> The only little wrinkle in preparing for this trip is that Tom broke his arm/wrist a few weeks ago. Fell off one of our ram barns while attempting to clean the rook --- at least these rams barns are not as tall as the big sheep barn. Orthopedist says the arm is healing well and the bones are in good alignment so no need to a cast but it does make it challenging to do some ...
... highway” back from the main road that was used by walkers and herders, of course it was not paved. We’ve never seen so many people walking. For miles, and miles. Not many bicycles. Age 18 for drivers license.
We saw so many dirt paths leading back from the highway roads. I would look down them as we drove by wondering what might be down there, but could never seem to see what people would be heading for. I’m sure that there were small houses (I’m ...