Americas Best Value Inn Eugene
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... 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 ...
... 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 ...
hotel scene, along with sometimes cheaper boutique properties. At Union Square, morning sunshine filters through trees. Google techs walks by, cafes, art
galleries, wine bars and shops spills over with energy. Women with
sunglasses and designer jeans compulsively checks their Iphones while
men fidget with their Blackberries and Ipads. These are the
City's bourgeois . There are also lots ...
This travel day was not as long as the previous two but seemed longer. We traveled close to 250 miles in 5 hours keeping pace with our average of 50 mph. The scenery from Mt. Shasta to Eugene changes constantly, first traveling out of the pine forest to hilly grassland chock full of eroded volcanic plugs, then through a mixed forest of juniper and scrub pine. A few 6% grades result in many gains and losses of elevation. The air was heavy and the first ...
... br> For $25 you could be part of a party of four and have your picture taken in his seat which took about 6 minutes.
For $50 the museum curator would take you for a one hour tour on your own of the plane. Mine lasted 90 minutes with all the technical questions I asked.
It was an honour and I have a new engineering hero.