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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... my hand and told me that it was a pleasure to ride next to me and that hopefully we can catch up another train. To be honest, I didn't expect that when I first sat down next to him. Just reminded me of the old adage, never judge a book by its cover. Everyone deserves a chance, just upon the person's willingness to listen. Choosing to go on this journey isn't just about me giving unknown people a chance but also hoping for others to give me a chance. And so the journey ...
... the last 3 years so need some. Our 250 mile journey today took us into California first of all through lots of barren country and past Honey Lake which was completely dry. Since we ate a hearty breakfast, lunch today was a cup of coffee and a cupcake at Joanie and Frankies in Susanville- yummy! We did have a banana later in the afternoon. We made a right out of Susanville onto a much narrower road and into the ...
... Lisa, sat in front of me, translated anything too American for me, and we all boarded at 10.30, assigned our seats by the porter and joining a quiet and darkened train. My seat mate didn't seem overjoyed to have me there, and I couldn't even cheer her up with a positive answer to 'do you have candy?' That's not what was rustling in my bag, sorry. She was soon asleep as lights and dark countryside slipped by. Reading: Harry Harrison, The Stainless Steel Rat gets Drafted * Attempted ...
... Cascades. Originally called Linkville, after the Link River on whose falls the town sits, the little burg was renamed for the falls themselves in 1893.
"K Falls," as Klamath Falls is nicknamed, has long been known as the crossroads of southern Oregon. Home to some 20,000 people within city limits, plus around 25,000 in the surrounding urban growth boundary, K Falls ...
... to use the line that annoys my Canadian friend Ben. I said "Oh that doesn't count, Canadians are just Americans who speak French"
With a detailed map it is lovely just picking somewhere that looks like it might be interesting and go to have a look.
Having said that, Klamath Falls isn't as I had hoped, but you win some and lose some.
Oregon so far is beautiful and I suspect there is a lot more to come.