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- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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... shores of Lake Ewauna. Looking at all the visitor info we learned that the area we passed through yesterday had once been marshland and had been reclaimed hence the farming. Other crops grown are mint and onions also Alfalfa which is used in medicines. There were once lots of Timber Yards and the Southern Pacific Railroad was built to transport the wood. This engine had been in use till 1958. On leaving Klamath we had Upper Klamath Lake ...
... a tree before dark. Then we had to stop at a few beaches for sunset, got some dinner, and stayed in a pretty nice hotel for a cheap price close to the Oregon Cali border. Thursday we got up early and continued along the coast, stopping at some gorgeous beaches in Oregon. We stopped for some dinner in Portland, and then ended up in Seattle around 10pm. It was a fun and weird drive with Eric and I loved every minute of ...
DAY 4: CRESCENT CITY - JUNCTION CITY 281 MILES
DAY 5: JUNCTION CITY - SISTERS - JUNCTION CITY 287 MILES
We cross the "border" from California into Oregon. License plates change, redwoods have all but disappeared and if anything, it does look a little less run down and more
affluent than the towns just across the border. The southern Oregon coast is
known as the state's “banana belt”. Its relatively mild ...
... medical education. Our hospitals provide advanced care for children with orthopaedic conditions, burns, spinal cord injuries, and cleft lip and palate.
In order to continue our mission, Shriners Hospitals for Children relies on the generous donations ...
... spacious and clean. Granted there are only two but one look at the rigs in this space tells you that most people here don't shower with the masses. They also serve a free breakfast outside directly behind us. Ironically, we have become the rabble of the previous entry. When all was set at the campsite we headed into Eugene and had dinner at Mezza Luna Pizzeria. Pretty good pie, I must say. Getting out of the downtown core and back to our ...