C'est La Vie Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... they are known at home - that we have seen so often on the road here - fascinating to see how many home comforts US travelers are enjoying as they wend their way around the country.
In both of our last posts, we mentioned the wildfires, and accompanying smoke, that was afflicting much of the west in mid to late August. As many friends we correspond with ...
... have never seen…it actually had three separate draws on it…it was a long bridge crossing one of the fingers of this vast waterway. As we waited in traffic, not knowing it was only temporary, Steve told me about a conversation he had with the desk clerk (is this sounding familiar?) He asked her about the Seattle traffic and if there were bad traffic times and good. She said no, it is always like that. She ...
As we get close to our departure date, I find myself more and more excited that we're going to get to share this adventure together. It's been a dream for me for our kids to travel to Israel and get to know their relatives there. My hope is that this trip is just the first of many, with Clarice, with Hunter, with Melissa, in various combinations.
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... far as Eugene, OR. Stayed overnight at a Marriott Residence Inn, and met 2 adorable Shih Tzu dogs named Rosie and Princess. Took the RV to a dealer in the morning, and thank goodness it wasn't anything major. They had us back up and running within a couple of hours.
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... and vegetation.Once settled in and changed we were taken to a local winery, Sweet Cheeks for a tasting. The weather was sunny and warm and great to be back in shorts and blouse and sandals!
The winery is on the top of a hill just 20 minutes drive from the city. It has a lovely outdoor area for eating and functions and a great tasting room. There we were served by Mallory, a lively dark haired girl who was extremely welcoming. We tasted their Pinot Gris which was ...