The Oval Door Bed and Breakfast Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Oval Door Bed and Breakfast Inn Eugene
This was a great place, good people, a super place to get over my travel and relax before I head out... thanks Oval Door!
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A few snaps of the neighborhood around the B & B... some huge redwood trees across the street.
Waiting to get my bike, then off to GP
We visited Jim and Ellen at their new place and Teddy was wild!
We went for supper with Mark and Sandy and United’s current intern, Nancy. We had great pizza and, as usual, short conversations interrupted by Teddy.
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We had coffee with Doris.
Shopped around the Saturday Market.
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... Service Rangers boarded and narrated the scenery with interesting tidbits of information and trivia all the way to Seattle. Larry made our reservation for dinner at six p.m., to allow time to dine leisurely before our scheduled eight-thirty arrival in Seattle
Other diners seemed to be having a leisurely time too, which delayed us being called until six-thirty. A young man was seated at our table. My first thought when he joined us was, ...
... and splashing about. We were joined by a nameless man, very friendly, from Cape Cod I think, who had just moved over to Eugene. We talked accents, rivers and great white sharks.
When the water got too cold, we picked a few blackberries (they are everywhere!) and then sat and read. And read and read and read. The only reason we left was because Seb had finished his book. Riding home through the twilight to a chilled and early night. Tomorrow's adventure starts early.
... had dinner there. We caught up with some of the Australian coaches as well as our friends from the last few days. More conversation and conviviality.
On Sunday morning after another sleep in I did a load of washing and we both chilled out. We got to the track about 2-30 for a 3pm start. We didn't manage to snare our usual table but we found one with a good view of the Women's High Jump We were again sitting with Matt Mahon who is Vice-President of Athletics Australia. He is a ...