Express Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... which we crossed into a way back) you aren't allowed to fill the car but have to let an attendant do it! All to do with creating more employment - bloody good idea too! By now on I5N it was mostly 3 lanes each way and so we hooked along at a fair pace amid very heavy traffic and more trucks than you could imagine. But we made good time and by about 4pm had reached the University town of Eugene where we decided to stop early so the girls could do some ...
... purchases were made. Books are much cheaper here.
After an afternoon rest we ventured out again for dinner. Peter was facilitating a Coaches Forum tonight so he recommended an Italian restaurant close to the Stadium. This was called Beppo's and Gianni's and was in a converted house. It was packed when we arrived but we didn't have to wait long for a table. We sat outside, even though there was some light rain about but it was not cold and we were under umbrellas.We had ...
A Great Beginning !
Just as "DONE" seems to have layers, so, too, beginnings seem to have, also.
Our first weekend out in the slow lane was another layer of beginning our venture.
Great friends, - all of our friends are great – we don’t have any un-great ones – Tom ...
... second largest in the state,at 151,000 souls. Portland is #1 with 550,000. The Willamette River that runs through it is the ninth larges river by water volume in the United States. Coburg Road takes us the 5 miles into the heart of town. The downtown district isn't large but has a large city feel. Three and four story masonary buildings line the boulevards. Streets have been narrowed by the widening of pedestrian friendly, tree ...
... jumping off point for Antarctica at Ushuaia, Argentina (SAWH). It’s only 530 nm from SCRM, but it’s in Argentina so there is some unclear issue with getting a clearance to depart Argentina for a flight to a Chilean base. I may understand this better once I arrive in the area. Obviously, making the flight from SAWH to SCRM is the shortest possible combination and the most desirable for that reason.
On my RTW flight I ...