Cedar Lodge Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Cedar Lodge Inn Medford
Travel Blogs from Medford
... a drive up about the hills around to see the view of town...
I happen to have hit the leaf time perfectly... and tomorrow it promises to rain. Which would mean most of the leaves will be washing away.
Life here is good.
- Drove about little bit more than 2 hours, we are finally here at Ashland, Oregon.
- We are staying Oregon for a week! so excited! XD
- In Ashland, we went to Indian Buffet for din-dinns and spent $30.84 (including tips).
- Their food was Delicious! They had Nan, and different kinds of curries and ...
... played in my head (Sugarplum Fairy, obviously.) We started talking about the bird as he set up his tripod; he mentioned they're typically skittish. Usually, for me, when I go through the effort of switching out my lens, wildlife goes away immediately. I shared this lament - he said he had noticed I went telephoto, in a tone that suggested the move legitimized me as a photographer for him. So we started talking photography for the next 45 minutes. ...
... in Medford, Oregon. I am still quite hesitant about staying at their home, for reasons that will become clear when we’re there, but I’ve decided that I don’t want fear to determine how I live. So there you have it. Now you have the background. Let’s go!
Too much to write with so little time! Okay, I’ll do my best to capture the essence!
Warm and welcoming embrace by Jolene and Jeff – no cyber hugs, the ...
... As it turned out we were able to do all of these things.
We found a good deal at a Motel 6 in the suburb of Midvale (again, sorry no GPS info) where we could park Jambo and take the slick and intriguing TRAX rapid transit train into the city centre to visit all things Mormon. The TRAX runs like a normal, fast urban commuter train, but as it gets
closer into the city centre it slows down and starts running along the centre of the main streets kind of morphing into ...