BEST WESTERN Bard's Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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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After seven days on the road it was time to take a break. No alarm clock this morning, leisurely showers, and a nice breakfast was wonderful. We did laundry as the clothes do not clean themselves even when traveling and then just relaxed. I did take the opportunity to stalk the hummingbirds at their feeder. The male rufus was very protective of ...
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... it is too. Rolling, green hills, a rocky and dramatic coastline interspersed by windswept dark sand beaches, the deep blue Pacific rolling in from far away. The only drawback round there is the eternal fog that sometimes lies just offshore in a
threatening, dark bank or drifts inshore and envelops everything in its watery and chilly vapours
Along the way we stopped at another Safeway supermarket to stock up. Having acquired a Safeway shoppers card earlier on in ...
... that place with all of the dinosaur statues. Then more trees. And trees. And trees. For hours! Just a two-lane road cutting through an ocean of trees! I took a slightly different route, so I did not get to see the dinosaurs, but my memory otherwise did not fail me. There are a lot of frickin trees.
I got started too late to make it to Bend at any decent hour, so I spent the first night in Klamath Falls. I was in desperate need of a haircut, and ...
... altering experience to not have it really tug at your toes for another round. There were innumerable things learned from Pine-to-Palm and I’d love another opportunity to make vast improvements in a future race at such a sacred distance.
- 102 – Miles covered on foot
- 25hrs55min – Time to Cover 102 miles on foot
- 32 - # of total hours awake
- 40 – ...