Red Carpet Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... city. So they invested a lot of time and money into public works, like the water system and the train station. The house is situated on the hill across from the train station, so the original dude, Mr. Shelton, wanted it to be the first and most impressive view new arrivals would get of the town, hence the lavishness compared to the rest of the area. The next owner was their only daughter and her family, and then the third owner was a woman who had grown up ...
On Saturday there was only an afternoon session so we got to sleep
in and relax for the morning. It was another warm sunny day but with a
cool breeze. We managed to get our front table again which gave us a
great view, especially for the relays.
The most exciting
competition was in the Men's Pole Vault. This started at 2-30pm and
continued throughout the session. We had Jack Hicking in this. He
vaulted well and improved his PB to 5-40 before ...
... of Scottish History), Bath (The Roman Baths, The Abbey Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, Georgian Bath), Stratford and Warwick (Shakespeare's Birthplace and Museum, Anne Hathaway's Cottage, Warwick Castle, New Place, Courtyard Theatre, Holy Trinity Church), Oxford (Bodleian and Duke Humphrey's Library, Sheldonian Theatre, Christchurch College and Cathedral), Wales and The English Border (Abbey and Chepstow Castle, Big Pit and Brecon Beacons, Caerleon Roman Camp), and York ...
This time it's Ariana and Elena writing.
Today, most of the time we were in the car driving towards San Francisco. We crossed the huge Washington river at her mouth reaching the Pacific Ocean. And, whilst driving down the Oregon Coast we stopped at Cannon beach. Cannon beach got her name when a cannon washed up onto the shore that had detached off an American schooner boat that sunk ...
... After all the "white eyes" put them through hell and took away most of their tribal land. "Live Long and Prosper". Can't remember if that is a Native American saying or if it is Vulcan.......
We drop down into the Umpqua River region. The road takes us over passes of less than 2000' dropping into small valleys then climbs back out again. We pass Myrtle Creek and go through Roseburg and Sutherlin. The next major town is Cottage Grove. ...