Keizer Renaissance Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... another, walking and then going by boat sometimes. I also realized I would be going places where I could not speak the language. Unlike when I was younger - I suddenly felt fear in this. But, I kept planning.
I also began writing Women's travel groups asking them to consider a trip to China and to contact me if they did. Well, I got an email from Women Traveling Together a few months later stating ...
... for dessert, mint chocolate chip ice cream pie with a chocolate rice crispy crust, delicious. It was a great evening listening to the stories of their travels, hearing about their town and getting their pitch for Oregon. People keep telling us that we will soon fall in love with Portland. We made the drive back and once again called it an early evening.
It was a very laid back three days in Opal Creek. It was just what our bodies needed after our Bend adventure. ...
... of fresh water nearby and enjoyed the peace and tranquility of the morning.
We checked out about 11am and drove into the main town. There I had a half hour stroll to look at some of the shops. They are mainly gift and souvenir shops but also arts and crafts places. Naturally the book shop drew us. We had been there back in 2008 and again found a couple of books to purchase. Peter then drove us up the hill to Ecola State Park. This was a nice drive through glades of ...
... t do much as I cannot remember!!
July 9th and 10th - Got the cookies baked- my favorite, the soft ginger ones! Didn’t do much either day. Thur I did go to the Marion County Fair at the State Fairgrounds just up the street from me. Not to exciting but still nice to wander around and look at things. Later a quick trip into town to get my new glasses. I like them, but, I have had the graduated lens for so many years now ...
... by Frank Lloyd Wright and built after his death. It was recently moved, yes torn down and moved to its present location.Gordon House in Silverton, ORKent finding his first geocacheAmazing design and color fit so well with ...