The Village Suites at Ashland Hills
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... assorted dead voles.
Richmond clearly didn't want to be there, probably because his entire oeuvre was accompanied by owl calls. He rattled through his first speeches, rushed about a bit, had a quick zizz, stabbed Richard and said how peaceful it would be now and bang, blackout, play over.
Oh, and if you have been wondering where Hector Molloy has gone, he's here. In Ashland. Playing Lord Rivers. Absolute spitting image. Extraordinary!
... good selection and we noticed that when we were at the 2 events in Northern California there were a lot of Studebakers and there were none here but they had a lot of Oldsmobile's. They were having an outdoor showing of Bullett at 9:00 but we decided not to go and to crash. Until we were driving around I did not realize that Harry & David were located here. In fact they are the largest employer in the area. We have Cottonwood trees around us with ...
Norway: Bike ride around the lake, eating home made meals at Gma's house, hikes and bike rides. Germany: Hanging out in the city center, trip to Heidelberg with group, going out to club 7. Walking/wandering around town by myself. Metz: Train ride there. It was the first one alone for Alfonso, Ashley and I without Jana. We did good and had a great spontaneous trip to Metz! My first real Cathedral! I was so amazed! Paris: where to begin....our first stop after dropping off our ...
... and Chum did some homework while I made lunch back at the campsite then we packed everything up in the van to go back to the skatepark and met the "friends'' again. By 5:00 it started to rain and the word was that there would be thunder showers so we decided that the answer to the question (to stay or not to stay) another night in Ashland, was "no" and we set out for Roseburg for the night and then go west, toward the coast in the morning.
... s Wharf and enjoyed a simply great chowder served in half of a huge sourdough loaf, a meal on its own. We did a
red topless bus tour of the sights of the city including downtown, the waterfront, Chinatown and the Golden Gate bridge, and we strolled around Chinatown on foot admiring the shops, the sights and sounds and having a proper Chinese meal in one of the many restaurants. With its over 100,000 Chinese inhabitants this is the largest Chinatown in the world outside ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services