Hampton Inn Eugene
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- I drove two hours to Eugene, Oregon to visit the University of Oregon today.
- My college tour was so nice and I fell in love with the college and I am really considering going here.
- Go Ducks!!!!
- Got gas when I left for $46.40 at a local Arco.
- I also grabbed ice, chips, and pizza for $13.
... different Pinot Noirs from different parts of the winery. Each offered subtle differences in flavour but all were very good and compared to yesterday, good value for the prices asked. Our host was also very informative and friendly. A lovely start to the day.
Peter was the designated driver and stuck to water but he did enjoy the aromas of the wine as we went along. Our second stop was at a big commercial winery called Sokol Blosser, which was crowded. This had a ...
... and vegetation.Once settled in and changed we were taken to a local winery, Sweet Cheeks for a tasting. The weather was sunny and warm and great to be back in shorts and blouse and sandals!
The winery is on the top of a hill just 20 minutes drive from the city. It has a lovely outdoor area for eating and functions and a great tasting room. There we were served by Mallory, a lively dark haired girl who was extremely welcoming. We tasted their Pinot Gris which was ...
... traffic-choked Embarcadero center. I'd be happy
to explore the area later, but first we need to return the car.
After about twenty minutes of staking out different street
corners, we are triumphant and found our destination. From
my car window, photo ops are framed by Alcatraz, the terra cotta
roofs of the Presidio and the Trident and other bay-front
restaurants. Brand name waterfront ...
... bikes. Yes, there are a few hippie looking folks. Molly and Maverick have a blast sniff, sniff, sniffing all around.
Back at the RV we eat lunch, then take the furry ones out on one of their many walks. Molly's leg was injured while at home but each and every day she is feeling more like her old self. We've been using a doggie ramp for some time now to assist in her ingress and egress of our 5th wheel and truck. It helps her a lot.