Express Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Equally spectacular has been the Olympic peninsula and the northern Pacific coast - the latter, in both Washington and Oregon, characterised by long beaches with piles of scattered driftwood, rocky headlands and a number of interesting towns and villages, many sustained by fishing and the timber industry.
... I feel like it is a classic Eugene experience. It’s a little two bedroom bungalow located close to downtown (and only seven blocks from where we once lived) and the owner is a kaleidoscope maker! He, Craig, and his wife, Annie, have been wonderfully welcoming.
While we love the culture and places of Eugene, it’s really the people that keep us coming back to visit. The people of United helped make this place feel like home when we lived here and ...
Friday morning we made the short drive to the Emerald Valley Golf Club in Creswell, just south of Eugene. It is rated one of the best in the area. It was a great golf course that provided all the challenge we needed. We found it similar to the Brudenell golf course at home on PEI except the trees were a lot bigger. It was a perfect morning to play and we cruised around in 3 hours as a ...
... and everyone brought out a side of me that I am proud to have. Zak especially opened my eyes to a lot of things and it hurts to think that I will not be spending the next year with him at school. While Ovida was ******, the people I was living with were amazing and it was because of us being in the dorms together that we were able to bond and all do things as a group.
My trip to Barcelona and Italy was the most fun I think I have ever had, besides ...
... We did have a tasty charcuterie platter with it which took the edge off the hungry feeling as well as soaking up the alcohol!
We then paused for lunch. We went back to the town of Dundee where the wine guide we had picked up recommended the Dundee Bistro. This proved to be a good choice. We sat outside though the sun was now high in the sky and the temperature was in the high 30s. Fletcher and I both had pasta, he a puttanesca while I settled for a Garganella which ...