Hampton Inn Eugene
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... mix some bridges that are engineering marvels, shipwrecks, steam trains and flights of fancy art museums, and no day is the same!
Airbnb and VRBO continue to provide a range of diverse, and interesting, accommodation. We will be pleased to see the end of the summer holidays, as we have consistently found it harder, and more expensive, to ...
... washed the car so that we’re ready for the final stretch of driving. We have just over two weeks and a few thousand miles to go!
**In this blog post I focused mostly on what Annie and Teddy and I did in Eugene this week, but last weekend (while Annie was gone) Uncle Paul, Teddy, and I did some hiking and went to a raptor center to see birds; and Teddy and I made the journey up to see some Minot friends: Shawn, Gwen, Brooke, and Allie Nelson. Gwen is from ...
Journey Down Under
After three months of planning it was time for our adventure to begin! Our son, Jeffrey, accompanied us to the historic Amtrak station in Eugene, Oregon so he could drive our car home. The sixty-one mile drive east helped distance us from duties and responsibilities at home. With each mile I felt a little more stress flow out of my body. After hugging us goodbye, Jeffrey drove away, and we had a few minutes ...
... able to do something like this and to be able to meet all of these amazing new people that I would've never met otherwise. I was so purely happy and so grateful in that moment that I can confidently say that this was the peak moment of my trip. I was in love with life and in love with all of my new friends.
My thorn was by far missing my flight, no explanation needed.
Overall this trip was amazing and inspired me to travel the world. The ...
... early '80s. Their tasting area was attractive and there were lots of customers but more traditional than Sokol Blosser. Again we sat outside, again with another glorious view and had two different flights to try. We enjoyed most of them but we still preferred what we had tasted at our first stop.
For our final stop Peter returned to an earlier road, Ribbon Ridge and there we found Utopia, the winery, but also the place!. This is a small establishment on the top of one of ...