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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Today Dennis and I loaded up the truck and headed out for Eugene, OR to get ready for tomorrow's start of the Cascade Classic Tour. The day started out with problems as I let Tang get away and I had to spend a couple of hours looking for him. ...
... wine but they also had an unusual Boca Noir which had an interesting taste with a little more body than the pinot. Again we bought a few, mainly to drink with Peter while we are here.
We then returned to Eugene and managed to almost find our way back to his place with one wrong turn getting us a little lost. But I rang him and we soon were home. That night Peter took us to a fabulous Thai restaurant called Sabai which was in a local shopping centre. We had his ...
... finish our meal it was so much. I had the best Kung Pau (mild)
We will get up early in the morning and head for Sacramento - 7 hours. If all goes well we will spend two nights there and get some sightseeing done and some photos
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Nancy and John
... What a knowledge these smart women have! There is no way I would learn these things on the midwifery academy. There it’s basically following old protocols and checking the boxes, while here I’m engaged in the latest research and up-to-date skills development.
A little while later we go to a Thai restaurant with all the amazing birth professionals. Ernst van Bemmelen van Gent and Robbie have joined us and ...
... about 20 miles south of Eugene.
Their number one tourist attraction are the 17 nationally historic covered bridges in the area. The scenic route encircles Dorena Lake - very nice!
There is no point in re-iterating our experiences at the border. I don't understand how the border guards can be so darn unfriendly - you would think that they would welcome snowbirds with open arms. Just ask ...