Travelodge Grants Pass
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... already had two glasses of wine... did we really need another??
Oh, ok then.
Our meal was delicious. Parmesan crusted halibut with veg, baked potato, creamed spinach and a la America, the soup and salad option which ensures that there is more food than any two people could ever eat at one sitting.
When the check came, Nico said the extra wine was on the house, and he had taken $13 off the bill for the tardiness of the halibut. Result.
Now all we had to do ...
... dinners. Hey not complaining here, they were amazing - just stating the facts. Here is a picture of those of us who made it through the entire 10 banquets. Thank you John, Ron and Bill who took time away from families and work to volunteer in serving this ministry. I had so much fun and look forward to touring with you all in 4-5 years.
... I remeber some of my fondest memories as a kid up here were at tide pools so I really wanted to go with Cale. Justin put Harlan in the carrier and we set out.....there was a make shift staircase from high above down....well, a cliff pretty much, to the beach. As we continued down we started to realize what we were getting ourselves into...especially seeing the people headed back up all sweaty, red faced, and practically hyper-venilating lol. But now we were committed so we got to ...
... comes quite close to mimicking some parts of old Hong Kong from which many of the San Franciscan Chinese emigrated in the 1960s.
Whilst in San Francisco I achieved something we had tried for numerous times earlier on in our trip after buying our new Nikon camera in Cuzco – we tracked down a spare battery for the camera! That sure helps having two batteries so long as we remember to keep at least one fully charged as back up…..
AND THEN LIGHTNING ...
We arrived in Grants Pass Oregon.
Our day started with traveling through down town San Francisco to get to the Golden Gate Bridge. It was foggy as always in San Francisco and we took our last picture of the city.
The way to Grants Pass lead us next to the coast up north and through the Redwood Forest. It rained like crazy that's why I don't have a lot ...