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Inn at the Commons, Medford Oregon~ has everything you need and more!

If you're looking for a great place to stay while visiting the majestic town of Medford, Oregon, I hit the jackpot!! Inn at the Commons, a full service convention hotel, includes 9,000 square feet of flexible space. TheGrand Ballroom, can accommodate up to 800 people. Ideal for conferences, social functions, wedding receptions, fundraisers, etc.  It's located in downtown Medford, in Southern Oregon's scenic Rogue Valley, in a quiet location, close to Crater Lake National Park, the renowned Oregon Shakespeare Festival in the charming town of Ashland, and the infamous Harry and David's, where you can take a tour of the facility, while staying in Medford. Inn at the Commons, has everything you will need while staying and visiting in Medford. Of course, I want to start with the service which was exceptional. From getting the key to my room, or gathering five minutes worth of information about the town, I found the front desk help to be professional and warm. So, while I'm checking in, I lo
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Virginia City, Nevada

ON OUR WAY TO VIRGINIA CITY IN NEVADA. ALL ABOARD THE V & T RAILROAD, VIRGINIA CITY!! Looking for something fun and different to do with the whole family? Only about 45 minutes from Lake Tahoe is the famous Wild West town of Virginia City. This is always one of my favorite destinations. There is so much history in just one street of this town!! Take the V & T train ride across the valley, pass by 8 mines, and listen to a narrated historical tour. Various train tours are available.Visit their website at www.virginiatruckee.com VIRGINIA CITY, NEVADA – SOME HISTORY INFORMATION! Once a vital settlement between Denver and San Francisco, Virginia City influenced the entire country. During its boomtime, Virginia City’s mining proceeds amounted to millions of dollars, equaling billions today. Every inch of this picturesque, Victorian-era town, celebrates this colorful history. Stroll our authentic board sidewalks to Old West saloons, shops, museums, and restaurants. Or visi
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Weller House Inn, Fort Bragg, Ca.

  One of the most historical Bed and Breakfast in Fort Bragg is the Weller House Inn. It was just voted in 2014, #3 out of 56 places to stay along the Mendocino Coast. The Inn was built in 1886. It’s on the National Register of Historic places.  Some history about the Inn; Horace Aaron Weller came to Fort Bragg to manage the Company Store, and built a one and a half story Victorian in 1886. In 1897, he added a second and third floor, making extensive use of beautiful redwood and fir paneling throughout the house, bringing the house to its present size of 10,000 square feet.The main floor had ten rooms with a large entrance hall, comprising several paneled eating rooms, a study, parlor, music room, kitchen, pantry room, game room and office. Two seat benches and a redwood gothic arch enhance the hall and staircase, and there are three distinctive fireplaces. Four large bedrooms, together with a hall, bathroom and a three room attic complete the second floor. The master bedrooms wer
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