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Old 03-17-2013, 06:40 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by gabeck View Post
We also spent the night before pick-up at the BW , I sleep through anything , but Gabi hears everything and she had no problem sleeping so I don't think the highway noise is an issue for all of the room locations . The only thing that might interrupt your sleep could be the excitement . Congratulations , you will enjoy every minute !!
Hi: Jubal..."The only thing that might interrupt your sleep..."
Know that long after you forget exactly how much your Escape'll still remember the QUALITY!!!
Enjoy the EXCITEMENT Alf
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Old 03-18-2013, 10:56 AM   #12
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The Best Western is also pet-friendly, if you're traveling with your four-legged friend(s). We spent the night before picking up the trailer there, and had no problem with highway noise. Spent the night after picking up at Cottonwood Meadows RV Park, just a short distance from Escape. Gave us time to review everything from the four hour orientation and a better chance it would sink in!

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Old 04-23-2013, 10:47 PM   #13
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We may cross paths, Jubal. Our 19' is due late June too. Stay at the BW; we did when we visited with Reace to confirm our options. We moved to the PNW from Louisville. Coming from the same neck of the woods, I'm wondering if y'all have ever experienced an environment without 90 degrees and 90% humidity? It's truly heaven! And if you think the knobs are mountains, you ain't seen nothing yet!
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Old 01-26-2014, 06:16 PM   #14
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Back in 2010 when my son and I picked up our 19' Escape, the 8:00 in the morning appointment wasn't too much of a problem. However when my wife and I were scheduled picked up our 21' Escape last Thursday, 8 was just too early for us, even though we are only 3-1/2 hours away from Chilliwack.

Kim suggested the Best Western and the Riverview Bed & Breakfast. About 10 years ago we stayed at the Chilliwack Best Western. It was okay. But one of the reasons we have the Escape is to avoid motels. While the Best Western is a block or so away from Escape, the Riverview B&B is only 5 minutes away. So we went with the Riverview Bed & Breakfast. We are glad we did!

The Riverview B&B has great accommodations, great views and a great breakfast. And the cost is on par with the Best Western. Highly recommended

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