Express Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and everyone brought out a side of me that I am proud to have. Zak especially opened my eyes to a lot of things and it hurts to think that I will not be spending the next year with him at school. While Ovida was ******, the people I was living with were amazing and it was because of us being in the dorms together that we were able to bond and all do things as a group.
My trip to Barcelona and Italy was the most fun I think I have ever had, besides ...
... This was hilairious. The woman serving us was very frazzled and seemed to be out of everything. She greeted us with "There's no turkey, no bacon, no tuna, only enough chicken for two sandwiches" She was contemplating shutting the shop as she told us that as it was Tuesday they were always short of stuff on Tuesdays as if we should have known. In the end I had a Chicken Pecan sandwich with cranberries, Peter a Pastrami and cheese ...
... a delicious Thai dinner. We had lots of good laughs and I filled them in on my travel itinerary. They are not old enough to be my parents but they are certainly LIKE a second set of parents to me, and Halie is like my sister. She had just left for her tour a few days earlier (luckily she and I had lunch the week before). If you don't already know, Halie is a phenomenal singer and a very ...
... had us driving through light to fairly heavy smoke coming from many wildland fires to our west.
Ever climbing we finally see the sign we are looking for- "Welcome to Oregon". Yea baby! We continue the climb to Siskiyou Summit then take the long downhill roller coaster ride down to Ashland. Beautiful country this is. OK, Mike keep your eyes on the road. Many 50 mph curves lie ahead while descending off of Mt. Ashland. The road flattens out into ...
... around Crater Lake(cause no one wanted to drive and we love all the great information you usually get on a tour like this). So we grabbed a quick lunch in the rustic visitor building and we were ready to go. The trolley ride was perfect and we grabbed the back seats so we had a little more ...