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- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The blogs will be coming quickly over the next two weeks as we will be making a number of stops in California and Oregon. This one is coming from Redding, California it is just south of the California-Oregon border. The drive north from Napa took us about 3 hours. We passed through endless farmland which was mainly dominated with olive farms. We made a pit stop in Williams for coffee and so Cathy could do some olive tasting. After we arrived in Redding it rained all afternoon. The ...
... and 3 other people that we knew from school.
About a half an hour into our trip we started driving through thick fog. It was so thick we couldn't even see any of the street signs and Chantelle had to reduce her speed. The GPS indicated that our arrival time kept getting pushed back and we were wondering if I would even make it on time. Shortly after, we realized that the GPS ...
... In-N-Out yesterday but ended up feeling nauseous on the way there and almost got sick right outside the restaurant. I decided I should settle my stomach with a lighter meal. Today I ordered what I always get at In-N-Out, the classic burger and fries. The fries are not frozen but are actually made in house. The potatoes are cut and deep-fried in front of you. The food isn’t just fresh but ridiculously inexpensive. If there were one in Calgary, I would probably ...
The trip to Selma, Oregon can be done in about eight or nine hours if you are into hard traveling. My back tells me four hours is about right. There is nothing special about Redding except that it is about half way, there is a La Quinta Inn across the street from a small Chinese restaurant and I am accumulating La Quinta Return points. After about two hours with Chinese character ...
... 9th tallest dam (when built in 1945 it was behind Hoover and Grand Coulle) and the reservoir (Lake Shasta) is the largest capacity in California. It was both a beautiful and sad sight....The lake is so low. I guess we should call our trip thru CA as the low reservoir trip as that is all we have seen and they have been so low. The water is so blue and high in the background is Mt. Shasta with snow still in the crevices. We walked thru the Visitor Center and they ...