Super 8 Central Point-Medford
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Getting to Belize is fairly easy from the west coast of the U.S. We are only two time zones away. (With two of my kids in Australia it is a challenge with an 18 hour difference and a boat load of money needed to get there). I haven't gone there myself for that very reason. There seems to be three main departing cities to Belize in the U.S., at least on United Airlines which has a lot of flights out of Medford, Oregon. These three cities ...
... to smell the flowers and the sea, to hear and see the magnificent birds, and experience the native people of this place. I want to see their smiles, see how they live, their food, their music, how they spend their days. But most of all I need to know how they will welcome in my one and only daughter. I am excited and look forward to sharing with you what I experience on this excellent adventure. Bon Voyage, my friends and family Hazel ...
... beautiful people who consistently display warmth and unconditional love. Whether I like Medford or not, I always enjoy time there thanks to some most wonderful people. People, I trust, who will always be a major part of my life.
So with work, family, and friends being daily positive aspects, I decided to sell my Isuzu Rodeo. The college graduation gift that had been with me for 7 years. The SUV that had it's ups ...
... 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 ...
... this was due to past gold panners who had been active in the creek and who had maybe been using mercury as part of the process to separate the gold out from the rock and ore
in which they found it. Who knows. We also walked down to the Escalante river and hiked along its banks, taking off our socks and boots to wade the river in several places. It is a popular hiking trail and we met quite a number of others enjoying the scenery. The days were warm enough but it was still ...