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- On my way to Portland I took a detour to Eugene so I could visit the University of Oregon
- This school was founded in 1876
- The campus is filled with big gorgeous trees and is in such a cute area!
- Today when I took a free tour of the school I learned that there are over 200 student led clubs
- I went to an adorable coffee stand and got the best hot chocolate for only $2.00
- I am in love with this school ...
... and sometimes $20. Also they have a charming custom of letting their guests sit outside and they bring the wine to them. This was the case here. We went out into a pretty garden area and sat in the shade on what was promising to be a very warm day. The first wine was a Pinot Gris. This was excellent, especially when we saw the price was only $21.The second white was a Pinot Blanc, not as good but better than those we had tasted in the Okenagen Valley. Good value for money. We then ...
... our luggage to Eugene and walk to Terminal 4 where we found the Admiral's Club, American Airlines Lounge, where we rested for an hour. Then it was onto a shuttle bus to the "remote terminal" to board the small plane to Eugene.
We arrived, on time, at 2-25pm and were greeted by our dear friend, Peter Thompson. I hadn't seen Peter since 2003 when he was in Australia so it was a happy reunion. He drove us into Eugene and to his unit which overlooks the golf club and ...
Francisco and what is now Marin County was by boat across a section
of San Francisco Bay. It's mysterious when covered with fog, beautiful when bathed in sunlight, and remains possibly one of the most photographed American landmark.
Today, it carries six lanes of vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists.
In search of the garage where we are going to turn in our rental car, we
... residential, then headed back north over the Willamette River in search of one of the many greenbelt parks that line its shores. The park we went to is named Ruth Bascom Park. It is large with a lawn, bike path next to the river, and many islands of beautiful flowers. It is connected to the city by a wide pedestrian bridge. The park is well used by many school aged kids accompanied by their escorts. It seems like most adults are mounted ...
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