Campus Inn & Suites, Eugene Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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- Free parking
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... And again, there she was in the background…the regal mountain that she is, glaciated much of the way down its sides, with heavy, bright white strands resting in the crevices between ridges, reaching for the ground but never getting there.
We passed up seeing two capitols today…Salem and Olympia. We usually like to visit them if we are passing through, however time was an issue and ...
... having to flee the country in the middle of the night. They boarded a boat that took them to a refugee camp in southern France, and from there were eventually able to get to Israel, penniless and exhausted.
Eventually, the Elkouby family found a home in Tel Aviv, and Chaim Laziz was able to re-start the family business - furniture making. One of my uncles, Yossi Elkouby, continues the family business. Meyer Elkouby also works in this field.
Now that my trip is officially over and I have been in America for exactly a month now, I have a whole new outlook on my experience. I realized when I got back that everything I saw and experienced while I was gone were things that only myself and the people I was with will every fully understand. My friends and family have asked me a few questions about my trip, but no one really wants to hear all of the things you want to tell them. Jonathan hardly asked me about ...
... we had tasted previously and finally he had a luscious Late Harvest Riesling, made in Ice Wine style. A rich array!. Peter bought a mixed half dozen on his sniffing and our recommendations. Daniel had been to Australia and Adelaide in particular and had an instinctive approach to winemaking which obviously pays off. What a great way to finish the day.
Then we headed for home. We paused to take photos at Carlton, a small town where most buildings had been converted ...
... mug! I finish all of my burger while Jil high grades all of the chili and hot dog out of her hotdog bun. Much to our delight the food was actually very tasty.
After eating lunch we are tapped out of energy. We head back the same way we came until we reach Interstate 5. The last 19 miles find us on the interstate following a herd?, gaggle?, OK, a long procession of speeding big rigs whose drivers seem to be unaware of the 55 mph truck speed limit.