Campbell House, A City Inn
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After breakfast, we walked over the the only bike rental place in town (I think it was called Paul's Bikes) and got bikes for the day ($20) and planned a route. The seats on the rental bikes are really uncomfortable so Leighann upgraded to a more comfortable looking one.
First stop was the Saturday market that everyone talked about. It was …
After 8 hours in the car, we finally arrived to Eugene, Oregon. We were extremely relieved to get out of the car and back into civilization. The ride up the Oregon coast was beautiful. We followed the Umpqua and Willimette Rivers, which gave way to many creeks and tributaries. Seeing this right amidst a forest with the sun beaming down through the …
... around Crater Lake(cause no one wanted to drive and we love all the great information you usually get on a tour like this). So we grabbed a quick lunch in the rustic visitor building and we were ready to go. The trolley ride was perfect and we grabbed the back seats so we had a little more ...
... means... shopping area.)
On our way out of Florence.... they were only Chevy's thankfully not Fords. 1953 through 1963 fronts
The roads were smooth to Eugene with little traffic . As we moved away from the coast, the morning haze cleared and revealed blue skies.
Recent logging ...
... She got much greater things to take care of right now. We go for breakfast and while I wait for my first real American pancakes with Oregon Blueberry syrup I start stitching Hermine’s trousers. I forgot about the huge American sized meals but am quickly reminded by the sight of the three pancakes high breakfast placed before me. I pimp it up with Hermine’s yoghurt berries and enjoy myself a sweet-fruity breakfast together with Katie McCall, Kathi Valleii and Carol ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility