Best Western New Oregon Motel
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... read, and then followed our stomachs back in to town. Seb had discovered a pretty delicious thai place yesterday, but they must have been offended by his business because they were closed today. We settled for a pizza place next door, which served us the biggest most delicious pizza, done half and half with two toppin styles. Couldn't even finish it between the two of us, so like typical travellers, we doggy bagged it.
As last night proved, riding with a ...
... was fascinating to watch these tiny birds hovering with their wings whirring furiously.
We stopped on the way home at a roadside restaurant called Takoda. We sat outside in a very pretty garden setting and had a nice meal with a glass of Sauv Blanc. We got back to Eugene, tired but happy about 8-45pm. It had been a great afternoon doing an activity which we might otherwise have not attempted but we were sure glad we did.
... of Scottish History), Bath (The Roman Baths, The Abbey Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, Georgian Bath), Stratford and Warwick (Shakespeare's Birthplace and Museum, Anne Hathaway's Cottage, Warwick Castle, New Place, Courtyard Theatre, Holy Trinity Church), Oxford (Bodleian and Duke Humphrey's Library, Sheldonian Theatre, Christchurch College and Cathedral), Wales and The English Border (Abbey and Chepstow Castle, Big Pit and Brecon Beacons, Caerleon Roman Camp), and York ...
... guess what we saw?
We saw a poor humpback whale lingering the surface with a big chunk of flesh missing on its back that we think was a great white shark that bit. What surprises on the Oregon coast!. By the way, the capital of Oregon is….Salem.
Aquesta vegada som l'Ariana i l'Elena que escrivim. Avui hem passat la major part del dia al cotxe perquè volem arribar ...
... the Eugene area is known for was evident along our path today. I've been here before to see the process of providing lumber for housing.
We stopped a few miles out of Eugene at a little eating place called "Dixie's Cafe" for a light lunch.
We were greeted and seated by an elderly Asian matriarch...and noted ...