The Peerless Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a great store and a great tour of their factory...making chocolates, caramel corn, cookies, pears and putting it all into gift baskets. 1600 employees..up to 8000 at Christmas time.
Then we hit a few places recommended by my high school friend, Pegi. First to Si Casa Flores for some great Mexican food...got a doggie bag filled with more than we ate ...
- Drove about little bit more than 2 hours, we are finally here at Ashland, Oregon.
- We are staying Oregon for a week! so excited! XD
- In Ashland, we went to Indian Buffet for din-dinns and spent $30.84 (including tips).
- Their food was Delicious! They had Nan, and different kinds of curries and ...
... ambiance with the fireplace and lighting fixtures. Needless to say it was a relaxing evening and I was grateful to have some time to reflect on the past 3 months.
In the morning, I packed up and headed to Blackstone Audiobooks where I auditioned for book-reading. After the audition, I had breakfast at a little place in Ashland called Ruby's Neighborhood Restaurant ...
Breakfast at the hotel (complimentary and very good!) and then down the road for a good coffee. This was a relaxing day to explore and wander round Ashland. A very pleasant town and after an initial wander, we did a walk - about 10 km Amr's pedometer says! - out along a hiking/cycle track that Carole and John have ridden along before. Very pretty countryside. The air is still smoky, though seemed a little less and you could see the tops ...
... up the US 101 to Crescent City where we had to start pointing our noses in the general direction of Bend across the border in Oregon. So the very scenic US 199 from Crescent City was the way to go heading more or less north easterly in the direction of Cave Junction and
Grant’s Pass. For much of the way we drove alongside the beautiful Smith River as it tumbled downstream over glistening rocks and through limpid emerald green pools and which in season should harbor many ...