C'est La Vie Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 8211; and enjoy the somewhat traffic filled ride to Eugene. We had a big walk from the Eugene bus stop to our hostel, but it gave us ample opportunity to ogle out our weekend home. My first impression: laid back, hippie as anything, more beautiful houses, though more
working class, and I like them all the more for it. The best way to describe what Eugene is like is to tell you that we walked past an old bus painted into a rainbow, kitted out inside as ...
... effort though. He had done 7 PBs out of 10 events and take the first medal for Australia. Cassie did well by finishing 8th overall. The night finished with the running of the two 100 finals which were exciting.
We again returned to the Wild Duck for some drinks and the word is getting around for it was even busier than last night. Gunther, Cherry and Matt came back with us too. It didn't take long to go to sleep when we got home!! So far all is going well.
... tomorrow! Should be fun!!
Note by Dave:
It was Jean that went for the pedicure...I just wanted to clarify that part. :) I spent part of the day working on the car. Everything is back in order and it's ready for the next part of the trip. We hit the road again ...
... all come together in Eugene... To get a better understanding of the EHCR ruling we go over to the Rose Garden (the actual garden, not the arena), which is close to the Japanese Garden, and find ourselves a nice place to lay down in the grass with mount Hood in the background and all the beautiful blossoming trees around us. We dive in the Ternovszky case and dissect every bit of it. What an interesting and challenging field is this law in childbirth ...
... staying in the US? When we said "Six months" that really struck a nerve with them. EVERY officer within earshot approached to strongly remind us that we couldn't stay for more than 90 days and if we did, they had the power to impose a penalty of banning us from the USA....forever. It would have been futile to argue or attempt to set them straight; they're too belligerent. When I asked them for "that" policy in writing, they responded ...