Rodeway Inn Medford
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRodeway Inn Medford
I love the revival of these vintage Travelodges. Although the hotel room itself was average in appearance, it was very clean. The staff members were friend ly and helpful. The hot breakfast was fantastic and I loved being able to park the car right in front of my hotel room.
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... to the Rogue Creamery for some great cheese and the Chocolate store next door. Food, Food, Food.
We finally headed back up to Joe Creek Waterfalls RV Park and has decided to stay until Friday...really nice park here.
We'll hit the Oregon Caves tomorrow and head out on Friday for the coast...Brookings or somewhere up the coast from there.
... re checking out every hidy hole there is). We're also checking out the spots we want to visit here: Harry & David factory tour, tour of the School for Deaf Dogs (not the dogs, lol, but dogs for deaf people) and the Vortex (like the Mystery Spot in Santa Cruz) and lots more that the staff has told us about. The big day will be taking the 90 minute tour of the underground caves. Updates, photots and videos of the first day of the rest of my life to follow.
... and had lunch. We'll go back this evening again. It's hard to believe we have been on the road for almost 3 1/2 months and that I'm not tired of traveling or being in the HB. What a great trip it has been. I'm looking forward to reading my blog to remind myself what we have seen and done. Too much to recall! But tomorrow we will be home. Then it's clean up time and reorganizing for the next adventure. Until next ...
... focused on the mirror truck. When we slowed for a small town, I took a photo - celebrating yet another "greatest photo ever taken".
Likewise, upon entering Oregon, the pine-covered mountains split by winding river valleys were quite mesmerizing. Wasn't expecting such splendid scenery. Stopped for a moment to capture the Rogue River. Looking forward to this Oregon.