Secret Garden Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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There is a great difference in temperature between ocean and inland. At the coast it was 5 degrees F and inland it was 100 degrees F. I went to the coast in a T-Shirt and shorts but ended wearing the pants that I just bought the morning for work. What a ...
... our national parks. Those who set aside the lands that make up our national parks had great foresight to preserve these unique places. I’ve never visited a national park and thought, “Oh yeah, I guess this is OK.” Their landscapes are always striking; something amazing that I’ve never seen before. The National Parks System does such a nice job managing these parks and helping new visitors have the best experience possible. They’ve helped us to ...
... litre drink!!! Very strange! The rest of the day we spent relaxing at the hotels great jacuzzi and swimming pool... Treated our self to a film 'Nine months' and enjoyed hearing Hugh's English accent! Early night for our long drive in the morning!
Day 2 - Knowing we was on our way to Crater Lake was just so exciting! The drive was so scenic and really showed us what we was after!! Including driving through an armish town to see the kids faces confused by ...
... look. But this was all a rouse. As soon as his owner came out to help us with the bikes we were hiring, he leapt up, sniffed about, even wagged his tail.
The bike I hired from the hostel was a badass gold one that was so old school it had back pedal brakes. Eugene is completely flat, thus perfect for our biking needs. We head out into the sun in search of a supermarket/fruit market of some kind, and instead stumbled across the Saturday Market, full of ...
... and other wooden cottages but they would be lovely spots for a summer holiday.
At the end of the trip we alighted and then were taken back by bus to Belknap where we could change from our very wet clothes. They had also had someone taking photos along the way so we bought the USB of our boat. Outside Belknap were some interesting carvings and a great fountain in the form of a jazz band. There was also a humming bird feeder ...
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