BEST WESTERN Bard's Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Bard's Inn Ashland
Nice, quiet place with very comfortable king size bed.
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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.
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... other runners are not looking so composed. Several runners huddle around the heater incessantly shivering, while the canvas shelter flaps violently with the swirling forces tormenting the summit. I spot my crew and they help me transition out of my homeless garbage gear and into multiple layers of warmth and dry. After a few bleary-eyed moments adjusting to the bright lights and a general sense of chaos, one volunteer comes up to me and exclaims,