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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... sets blaring out the game at a volume that made the local Odeon seem muted. You will all want to learn that the Seattle Seahawks (the defending Super Bowl champions, as every one of our readers surely knows) defeated the Green Bay Packers by a score of 36 to 16.
We set off this morning through the Redwood National Park, where we saw millions of trees including one huge redwood called, interestingly, The Big Tree. We passed by a group of Americans and heard one ...
... I was mostly working by myself, and if not I was working with my dad or my brother from another, Tim Rupe. This leads me to the best parts of my stay in Medford. Sure I was working and saving some money, but on top of that I was spending time everyday with Pops and one of my best friends! We would see each other all week at work and I would spend the evenings with Pops and Kath, then Friday and Saturday nights were spent at ...
... br> Anyway, we checked the weather sites, viewed the road cameras, checked with the front desk regarding the terrain down the road and thought that we should really stay the day in Grants Pass. When the hotel manager told me 6 inches by 4:00 p.m., we decided to roll the dice ...
... found this far north...but we'll get back to that. We rode in the dug out canoe displayed on the deck until noticing the sign that stated "do not climb on canoe, $1000 fine" ok it didnt say the fine part, that was for dramatic affect. Returning to the van, I was like a dog lacking oxygen with my head hanging out the window just to be closer to the trees. High definition has nothing on this! The trees kept becoming larger until suddenly BAM! There it was almost growing into ...
... Braxton and Logan will graduate this year and go to college in the fall. Rick was medically retired from the army in August of 2011 he has PTSD and a TBI. I have been very lucky to be able to stay home with Rick and our children. Over the last three years we have changed a lot we have tried to eat healthier and concentrate on being happy and eco friendly and enjoying the ...