Travelodge Grants Pass
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- 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 ...
... but overall was a trusted companion and carriage. It took me to and from Utah on the 14 hour drive more than a few times, and took me to Tahoe as well. All the while braving fierce winters, heavy loads, and a few scratches along the way. But what I appreciated most about that ride was the 5 excursions it made to the Gorge for Dave Matthews Band Labor Dave Weekend! Jammed to the ceiling with camping supplies, party ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... extent of human intervention is one of the talking points of the tour. At its far end it is interesting to see the names of early visitors that were written on the flow rock (shockingly done by a geologist taking his students through) and are still clearly visible though now protected under a new layer of flow rock. The year 1897 was the earliest date that I saw. The formations in this cave are thought to grow at between a half inch and an inch ...