Hampton Inn Eugene
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 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 ...
... trip. We changed into bathers and were driven about 2 miles upstream. After kitting up with shoes, jackets and life vests we were given the safety spiel and then divided up into groups of six. We had a couple of about our age from Fresno, Myron and Cindy, and AJ from San Francisco Bay Area. Our guide was Bill who seemed a little more experienced than the others. He took us into the lead boat and so we had a great view as we drifted ...
... lovely creek) and then spent some time with Shelia over coffee. She is the sweetest person in the world and wouldn't let me leave the house empty-handed, so I left with a bag full of fruit, snacks, wine and vitamin water! Another difficult goodbye (but it's just 'see ya later')
And then I was on the road again... a few showers and then sun all the way down to my Air B&B in Ashland!
... br> On to and through Medford then into the Rogue River Valley. We pass through the lovely city of Grants Pass and back into pine covered Cascade foothills. The highway follows a narrow cut in solid basalt rock which eventually ejects us into the town of Canyonville, home of a very popular complex owned by Native Americans. Over the years a nice casino, travel plaza, excellent RV resort and rest stop have been built. All this Indian owned property is ...
... mountain that erupted every 10,000 years which left this huge hole that filled up with rain and snow. It's so blue because of this fact--and because it's so deep. It's the deepest lake in the United States. Enough facts--let me show you the beauty of Crater Lake.