Vagabond Inn & Suites Klamath Falls
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... tear and how he was traveling down to Santa Cruz to get it fixed. At this point I was really just trying to sit alone and relax. I think the guy got the point because he finally got up and moved to the next booth over to pester someone else. About 2 minutes later an older lady came and sat across from me with a big smile over her face. I wasn't too keen to this because I knew she was going to blabber on about who knows what so I tried to avoid eye contact at all costs so ...
... 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 ...
... is so happy to talk to us once the 1.00 rush has abated. Lovely lady, here from New York having married a Klamath man in the airforce. I didn't ask which she preferred. That done, lunch at Hidalgo's-the smaller of two Mexican restaurants-and I was in the library for 3. I read a Stainless Steel Rat book that I'd picked up in the shop and then left it in the library, which should be nice and confusing-"but we already cancelled this one?" and browsed before deciding that ...
Friday 1NOV2013 Packing up after 6-7 weeks is no easy chore … everything inside the RV has to be stowed for travel. Everything outside, like the step, satellite dish, screen room & bicycles, needs to be disassembled and stowed in the basement or tote. Travel south makes this trip especially challenging as we are also transporting extra things to Arizona that we will leave ...
... lunch at a rest area called Grass Lake north of Shasta on US 97. As we went further north we saw many lakes and canals and a lot of farms. Since we were traveling with dogs, we ordered take out from Applebee's for dinner. Lisa had Asian Stirfry and I had Lime Chicken. We were tried so we did not do any sightseeing around Klamath ...