Travelodge Grants Pass
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We left Grants Pass, Oregon at 7 this morning and as we were looking for a Starbucks in town we came upon the warehouse and show room for fire mountain gems, my all time favorite on line site to buy my beads! Well I got so excited, for who doesn't need beads when you are a jewelry maker! But wait the parking lot is empty, maybe we are just here to early right? So we go into the lot and they had these darling beaded up bears outside which there are photos of on ...
... moment was spent with Margaret and friends either at the lake or one of our favorite bars. The final two nights were filled with friends and drinks, with love and memories always to be cherished. It was very difficult and saddening to leave Tahoe, although I knew it would only be a temporary move. It has become home and the place to which I will ultimately return. For me, it is the place in this world I feel most ...
... goes to live in. Pretty cool.
The lodge itself is really rustic with wooden floors and stairs and nice views of the mountain from the patio. It is weird to be at a place with all this snow and yet people are in shorts. It is about ...
... Along the way we crossed from California into Oregon. Soon after when stopping for fuel, which we had been told was quite a bit cheaper in Oregon than in California, we discovered that unlike its wealthy sister state to the south in Oregon they pump the fuel for you at no extra charge. Just like home in SA! It was a bit cheaper at around just over $4 a US gallon instead of sometimes close to $5 further south. We noted also that in typical US fashion the road was littered ...
... natural playground! I climbed the cut section that lay on the ground (which was taller than me). If I have this much fun with these trees I don’t know what the kids would do. I already feel like a dwarf in comparison. When playtime ended and Dad rang the recess bell, we all scurried back to the van. Just when I thought I’d
seen it all, we saw the sign for the drive-through tree! Well, for only $5 we did just that! Being a tourist has never felt so good. I ...