Best Western Grants Pass Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I don't want to keep harping on about the food here, but we went out to dinner last night and I saw fried zucchini (courgettes to you and I) on the menu. This is my favourite starter at our local Italian restaurant so I ordered them. As Gordon said afterwards, "The clue was in the name- zucchini logs." Three large courgettes, halved breadcrumbed and fried arrived at our table. I tried to send them back, not recognising them as what I'd ordered as my dainty ...
... with Margaret, talking and getting to see her beautiful face on the regular. Next was a train from Klamath Falls to Portland where I would meet Myra and Adam and drive to Seattle. My first ever train experience. It's an interesting method of travel because one gets to see a lot of the countryside that cannot be taken in from the roads or interstate. Oregon is an extremely beautiful state and I was very appreciative to ...
... oil paintings in the room.
We went down to the largest buffet I’ve every seen in my life. After we rolled out of there
we lost a few bucks playing some cards so we thought we’d head up to the room
for our trip to Las Vegas tomorrow. All ...
... is pretty hillside community famous for its Shakespeare Festival. Next is Talent, Phoenix, then Medford which all lie in the southern Rogue Valley. Medford is the largest town along the southern Oregon I-5 corridor and seems to have almost incorporated Talent and Phoenix into its southern border through growth.
Next the road climbs over a hill and settles in along the Rogue River passing the depressed town of Gold Hill (famous? ...
... of living things so old and so large. When their branches catch the sunlight or arch dreamily over the road it's like living in the dark woods of a Robert Frost poem or maybe in a forest straight out of the Lord of the Rings. (Of course I don't have any pictures of THAT part!) :P
Tonight we ...