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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... his MFA at the U. of Washington. He played several parts in Pericles and shared a touching story of his audition for his dream role as Caliban in The Tempest.
We had a free afternoon today and decided to spend it in the nearby Gold Rush town of Jacksonville. Many small towns have National Historic District designations for their downtown areas, but the entire town of Jacksonville is a ...
... way it will entertain you and challenge your assumptions!
At the center of the Vortex is the House of Mystery, a family-owned tourist attraction for decades. It's located just outside Gold Hill, OR on Sardine Creek Rd. Our guide took us through the house, formerly used as an assay office in the gold rush ...
... job of creating a flat top which will result in a very nice connection. We also cut sock liners, the interior sole cover and created patterns for our soles. It all has to get completed tomorrow, our final day. We have a second early start, 7:30am. I'm enjoying this more and more. The challenges have given me direction for learning and my shoes are gorgeous. Well worth the struggle. I hope the finishing goes well. We'll ...
... fun to watch them strut around like they own every camp site! We smoked a ham steak and some fish. The smoke ring on the pork was a thing of beauty. Will be stopping in Vancouver to visit family then on to Seattle to regroup and settle the trailer into its spot for the ...
... In 1851 gold was discovered in this area so the town grew fast. It became the county seat but when the railroad went thru Medford in the late 1800's the town dwindled, then the county moved the seat to Medford and they started losing more residents. In the 1960's they were named a National Historic Landmark and the town has worked hard to revitalize. So many of their buildings are still standing and they have a variety ...