The Peerless Hotel
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... we and a lovely lunch by the river.
We sample some of the local 'Lithua' water (tasted revolting due to the high magnesium content) before going on a walk through Lithua Park (and letting Francesca play on the play equipment).
As we came back past the theatres there was a Mexican ? group playing and dancing - so we stopped to watch that to pass the time.
By now it was time for us to split - so that Julie could head to the theatre to ...
... paper thin - so we were woken up by the kids above screaming and running around at 5am, the breakfast room was so small there wasn't any room (nor any food left) and the room had a funny smell (and it wasn't me or Francesca's feet this time!)
Julie dutifully complained and got a nice discount on the room rate ...
... live just down the hill. They are totally delightful -- the kinds of people that we would all readily absorb into our circle of friends. Creative, funny, smart, available. You know – just like us. Dinner with them one night was one of the high points of the week.
We find that some of our favorite travel memories are not of the famous places we’ve been or seen, but of the days that we ...
... 8226;••••R 26;•••••& #8226;••Germany•̶ 6;••••• 8226;••••• ;••• Tall, tall boys Lots of foe-hawks Everyone carries around huge1.5/2 liters of mineral water. You can buy beer anywhere Bread, cheese, potatoes, sausage "As such" "This is *********" "More or less" Kind ...
... went to Costco in Medford and had a couple of nice guys show us more about using my phone, and also signed up to make it a "hot spot" for internet usage where there is none otherwise. We also went to the Medford library to use their Wi-Fi. When we headed back to the campground we traveled 5 miles past it to see Hyatt Prairie Lake. It ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility