Hampton Inn Medford
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- High-speed internet in room
- Indoor pool
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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I loved today! Got an early start this morning so I could spend as much time as possible in the park before heading off to Medford. First things first, I pulled in to the Kuchel Visitor Centre to get a park map and some tips on what to see from the rangers. First stop was Lady Bird Johnson Grove which is accessed via Bald Hills Road. Just FYI, if …
... in any configuration such as theater in the round, traditional, or in this case "three quarter thrust," meaning the seats go around three sides and the stage thrusts out from the fourth side of the box into the middle of the seats. Lights and speakers can be mounted anywhere, entrances and exits are also flexible. I can't show you the most astounding scene in the play (no photos allowed!). It's hard even to ...
... about 8:30 the Karaoke VJ arrive and set up, I was stirring up Soo, telling her I'd sing a few numbers and I didn't want to let her down.
We entertained ourselves for a while and word must of got out and a few others came in, at one stage we had about 8 people there. It was a fun night singing away and chatting to the locals, hit bed about midnight.
... Jesus), most traversing the dense forest. Along an early hike, I realized that I was consistently ahead of my mother - stopping to wait for her to catch up. To remedy this, I asked her to go first. She could set the pace. I told her, "why don't you go first...in case there's a sasquatch." Her, serious: "Oh, so you have time to take a picture?" Yes that's why...
... driving the 20 mile stretch to San Francisco. We did not plan for traffic, but we should have. There were a lot of cars on the road. We drove along the foggy coast for a while. Then the road began to climb and the next few miles were like an amusement park ride…up the foggy hill, into a mile long tunnel through a mountain, out of the tunnel onto a very high bridge, across the bridge and straight into the woods and down the hill on a winding road ...