Campus Inn & Suites, Eugene Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and mushrooms. Both were excellent. I had a glass of local pinot gris while Fletcher tried the riesling, both from Ponzi . The riesling was excellent, more like Australian riesling. Peter's fish and chips was also very good he reported, though his water was a little thin!
Then it was back on the road and another venture into the winding lanes of the Dundee Hills. Domaine Drouin was our next destination. This was one of the older wineries in this area, established ...
... that runs through the centre of town. We also drove through the casino road which is a home-made version of Vegas. They also have a "no drinking in the street" law that pretty much characterises Vegas.
Then there was the long haul back into California and north into Oregon (not O'Regan, as Angus keeps saying).
Then we came into Eugene OR. A lot bigger than either of us thought (and a ...
We made it to Eugene! The tourism people suggested a hot springs area off to the east. When we got there the forest service people were shutting it down for the day, but technically they were unemployed so they did not care that we went in right after they left. They had a bunch of pools very nice and ...
... After all the "white eyes" put them through hell and took away most of their tribal land. "Live Long and Prosper". Can't remember if that is a Native American saying or if it is Vulcan.......
We drop down into the Umpqua River region. The road takes us over passes of less than 2000' dropping into small valleys then climbs back out again. We pass Myrtle Creek and go through Roseburg and Sutherlin. The next major town is Cottage Grove. ...
... Neil’s lovely lady) and her son Thomas. It was very nice visiting with everyone and telling of my adventure. They brought canned foods for their local food bank and also donated $220 to Emerald City Lights Bike Ride. Rita is a lovely wonderful hostess and we enjoyed our stay very much. Her daughters Hanna and Sabella are so beautiful and delightful young ladies. Retired early so I would be ready for the day of ...