Hampton Inn Eugene
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a free bracelet. And then we parted and I'll never see her again. She was a true gem.
After our hours at the market we were pretty beat and pretty over the sun, so we rode home and chilled in the coolness of the house for a while. We played another game of "Real Life", and I was again a wealthy yet unhealthy person who never did anything of much interested, was in an abusive relationship and died in the Black Hole Nursing Home. Depresso. Seb was more ...
... teams both dropped the baton in the relays as did the French women so that made it easier. Peter certainly got teased over that.The Men's 5000m final finished the night and then it was back to our haunt for drinks. I was talking to a great guy from California who coaches his track team but is also an English teacher. Absorbing conversation.
Tomorrow and Sunday there are only afternoon sessions so a sleep in and rest is on the agenda. Really enjoying it though.
... and definitely out of clean underwear. We restocked at an Albertson's grocery store just down the way from our hotel in case we found ourselves stranded at the hotel for an extended period of time. We probably erred on the side of buying too much food for the remainder of our trip, but hey, we can always use ramen noodles, right? And, miraculously, we were able to use the guest laundry room in the hotel for some much ...
... to east Oregon.
Sweet Home, pop. 8925 souls, is a result of the merger of two towns in 1874, Buckhead, named after a saloon that displayed a set of elk antlers, and Mossville that developed with a store and a post office. The Santiam Wagon Toll Road was opened in 1865. The road extended from Sweet Home Valley across Santiam Pass in the Cascades and on to Camp Polk near Sisters to the east. It was a vital means of supplying livestock and goods ...
... toe(s) and isn't sure if she broke them or not. So for the entire day yesterday the mother argued with her that she would have to have it checked at an ER once they arrived in Seattle tonight. The daughter is adamant that there is nothing they can do...she will be fine. I can tell that the mother doesn't give up...EVER! It is going to be her way or the highway. At one point last evening, she threatened to detain with her in San Francisco ...