Days Inn Eugene
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Eugene
We needed a one night stay close to the university and this fit the bill.
The price was excellent compared to the other area hotels. Easy to find and clean. What else matters? Nothing!
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Today was one of my favourite days so far. Eugene has got it going on and I am loving everything about it: the laid back pace, the simple beauty, the colour, and of course, the hippies. I don't even know if that's an accurate term to describe the eclectic people who live here, but it has the connotations that I'm looking for so I'm using it. Seb and I had a lazy start to the day. Our hostel has a main house and then another smaller house a few blocks away, and we ...
... a scientist, Keith Baar, originally from Canada but not doing research in the US. He was telling us about the latest advances in sports science and new knowledge about the way the tendons etc work. Fascinating. We were also joined by a former US team doctor. Interesting conversations.
We said our goodbyes to Matt and then had a pleasant walk back to the car. It has been a wonderful competition with many new names to watch for in the future. A great event!
... switching them off when he winterized the trailer. This memory thing happens more as we get older! Only charged us $25 for ten minutes since we paid cash. Otherwise he would have go bill us for 1/2 hour of work which would've been $50. Guess we got a deal.
Today we head to Redding. The pass is clear. No snow or rain so should be an easy trip.
More later....stay tuned
The weather was cool and lightly overcast this morning. Perfect weather for a drive! The temperature is supposed to reach 94 degrees this afternoon so we must depart before it gets too warm for our furry friends.
We start up the Coburg Road through vast farmland. Less than three miles up the road we reach Coburg, pop. 1083 souls, which is a National Historic Site. The city was founded on the land claim of John Diamond who settled here in 1847. The city ...
... soccer stadium thanks to Kevin and Dee, Trent's in-laws. And the spread put on by Trent and Dee was fantastic! The frame of reference for tailgating is Penn State for Jason and Florida State for Janell, so all tailgating will be compared to those to schools in the mid-90's. Oregon gets pretty good marks. Rating: 7 of 10.
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