C'est La Vie Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... was clad in filthy clothes. He stank of beer, dribbled when he spoke, and squinted at us through one swollen eye: half of his face was entirely swollen, the kind of swelling that only a beating can create. He asked almost everyone at the park if they wanted to buy his bike. Seb and I politely
declined his offer, while most people just ignored him. The lead singer of the group, who had just finished his performance, told him he would love to buy it but ...
... to Linda and the various pets and were on the road. It had been a lovely two days with convivial company, good food and friendship renewed. Looking forward to returning the hospitality when they come to Adelaide.
We drove back through Elkton. Our first stop was to photograph a herd of elk which were grazing close to the highway. They seemed unfazed by the many onlookers snapping away. Just before Elkton we pulled in to the River's Edge winery. Peter had recommended this to ...
... a couple of them. We stopped twice on the way to Eugene, lunch and another rest stop, arriving at our motel around 4pm. When we were on our computer Neil skyped us and Amina was there - Inara was at soccer.
We are just back from dinner in a Chinese restaurant - really good - neither of ...
... temporarily homeless. They had moved from Seattle following a job three days before our arrival. They could not afford a motel room and the condo that they were to move into wasn't ready so they were temporarily living at the park in a tent........ with their eleven year of daughter!. They had only until this Wednesday or Thursday until they could move into their new home. Through our conversation we find that they have not had a cup ...
... beautifully with the typical American (farm) houses along the way. In the car Betty-Anne and I discuss the recent researches around breech birth, which is very interesting. This woman knows so much…
After two hours we arrive in Eugene. Hermine and I go up to our room at the Hilton and settle down. Elizabeth Davis, one of our roommates, walks in. Another birth goddess has entered the temple! Can’t wait for ...