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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... significance of Glacier NP - especially the 100 year old lodge, and the railway - Amtrak still maintains a daily service that runs across the top of Montana between Seattle and Chicago, and in the early days, tourist access to parks such as Glacier was largely restricted to trains. Once in the park, tourists of yesteryear could then rely on vehicles provided by ...
Annie and I called Eugene home for one year (2007-2008). I did my pastoral internship here; sharing time at United Lutheran Church and the Good Samaritan Nursing Home. We loved our time in Eugene and came back to visit once before (in 2010). As we planned this trip we knew that we wanted to come back again.
We will have spent a week and a half here in Eugene, where we stayed at a wonderful guesthouse called "Heaven on Earth" (booked through ...
... earlier in the week. It is a very scenic drive!
Upon arriving in Eugene we made a quick stop at the Fiddler's Green Golf Store as our BC friends the Sarkissians told us to check it out. From there we headed into town and went to a University of Oregon Duck Store. Everywhere you look around here you see the green and gold and the big gold "O". This is definitely a university town and a ...
... already made friends with almost everyone in the group. Everyone was great, well not everyone but the majority were. These were all people that I connected with on such a unique level that I never expected to have. This trip was by far the best decision I have ever made for myself and I am so proud for having gone through with it. I have made a new group of best friends that I know I will have with me for a long time. Everyone had something different to bring to ...
... modern tasting room and complex and they charged $20 each. Again we were able to sit out on a beautiful balcony overlooking a scenic landscape of vines and rolling hills. Our host here brought out 6 wines in a specially built stand and rattled through the whole lot. Impossible to take in all at once. This had a Pinot Gris, a Pinot Blanc, a Rose and three Pinot Noirs. The prices here were much higher but we agreed that the taste was not as good, even in their top wine which was $85 ...