Grand Hotel At Bridgeport
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Tigard
Well, the rental car is a mighty hi undies accent. Alright it's aHyundai accent. Talk about go! We successfully navigated out of San Fran and managed both right hand drive and the interstate without any drama, then before you know it the mighty Korean is whiz zing along at 80 and we are eating the miles. We went through a place/area called Redding, and the car made a funny noise. When we got out it was "hotter than a hair dryer ". We estimate in the high 40s. ...
... on the main road to connect and that is doable although it would be a steep climb back to camp at the end of the day and I have little reserve at the end of the day. Weighing the two options we decided it would be easiest to drive to the Beaver Creek trailhead, park and ride north to the end of the trail at Veronia, then retracing our path back to Beaver Creek and continuing south until my old body had had ...
... long time. His memories had good taste. Yummy stuff. After lunch we went on a walk on the lake, which is so ridiculously beautiful. Ringed by mountains and crystal clear. Incredible. After the walk we got some groceries, and went to the house.
The house was amazing. Cool neighborhood and we got to meet the dog, Izzy. We sorta chilled out for awhile, until later that night when Alex, Olin, and Finley got home. They were really cool. Alex reminded me of Hillary Biggs ...
... flu that's raging across the country before I leave.
Stage 5: The Surreality Starts to Set In. Why again did I sign up for this immersion? What am I trying to achieve exactly? The only reason that I feel like this is actually real is because I read Kristie's blog about it and the Fenner family is actually living it right now.
Stage 6: Panic Beneath the ...
... while we watched news reports and processed cancellations and reschedulings and did the customer service side of the job, there would be deal-hunters calling us, saying 'but I thought no one would be flying; don't they want to give me a deal so that I'll fly with them?'
Amazing to me, but yeah, sometimes that's true. They will be begging for you soon enough, sad to say. I just can't help thinking that it's tacky to be ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services