Eugene Whiteaker Hostel
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Beautiful, peaceful, colourful and everything you need. Friendly staff, comfortable and clean rooms. Great vibe, great price and amazing breakfast.
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Today we made our way a few hours south to the whacky and wonderful Eugene, and it started off quite hilariously. We got up, had our last porch breakfast, and headed in to town all packed and ready for our 12.45pm bus, only to realise that we were actually catching a 3.15pm bus. Completely my fault for getting times confused in my head, but oh man …
... far as Eugene, OR. Stayed overnight at a Marriott Residence Inn, and met 2 adorable Shih Tzu dogs named Rosie and Princess. Took the RV to a dealer in the morning, and thank goodness it wasn't anything major. They had us back up and running within a couple of hours.
Quote of the day:
"With every new day, there's fresh hope" ~Ellen Griswald from the movie ...
... friends and hooning around in cars. Difficult to read with them nattering on.
It was a 12 and a half hour flight. I dozed a little,(while said brothers were engrossed in watching Captain America) read my book, Anzac Girls,(looking forward to the ABC series) and then watched The Iron Lady. We arrived in LA at 9am of the same day in the new Tom Bradley Terminal. This is a vast improvement on the old ones. We were able to get through Passport and Customs very speedily, ...
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
... at. After getting through the fire damaged areas, we drove though tall forests of Lodge Pole Pines and other evergreen trees. They are so big that I am sure our trees back home would look like saplings if they could suddenly be placed beside these huge trees.
This part of our drive was alongside the McKenzie River for much of our trip today. We saw people rafting in this beautiful river…which is likely VERY cold as snow melt makes up most of ...