Days Inn Klamath Falls
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Klamath Falls
Needed a place for the night. Front desk clerk was pleasant and provided us information of the area. Room on 2nd floor, no elevator. Room was clean, but said we were to have a refrig & micro.....none in the room. The place served our needs for the price of $62.00 I am not complaining.
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... than she might when eating street kebabs next to middle-aged Chinese fellows with rolled-to-armpits t-shirts. However, she does still remember a joke told at that table: "In 1814 women had no rights. In 1914 women fought for rights. In 2014 women are always right" (cue appreciative chuckles by other members of group). It wasn't that she looked down upon them - not at all - just that somehow easy camaraderie eluded her.
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