Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Eugene
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- On my way to Portland I took a detour to Eugene so I could visit the University of Oregon
- This school was founded in 1876
- The campus is filled with big gorgeous trees and is in such a cute area!
- Today when I took a free tour of the school I learned that there are over 200 student led clubs
- I went to an adorable coffee stand and got the best hot chocolate for only $2.00
- I am in love with this school ...
This morning we took our time over breakfast as the wineries do not open until 11am. We set out to discover what the Dundee Hills area has to offer. This is a red soil area, not like the Terra Rossa of Coonawarra but still having its own richness.
Our first stop was at The Four Graces. This had a white timber house as its tasting room and we were greeted by a very charming host who was originally from Wales. We discovered that all wineries here charge at least $10 for ...
... friends and hooning around in cars. Difficult to read with them nattering on.
It was a 12 and a half hour flight. I dozed a little,(while said brothers were engrossed in watching Captain America) read my book, Anzac Girls,(looking forward to the ABC series) and then watched The Iron Lady. We arrived in LA at 9am of the same day in the new Tom Bradley Terminal. This is a vast improvement on the old ones. We were able to get through Passport and Customs very speedily, ...
... trip is right at the maximum range of my Columbia 300 with no reserve. With a landing at SCRM, I had the opportunity to refill the wing tanks so I decided to take the extra fuel as cargo (not plumbed into the aircraft fuel system). I researched the regulations on carrying avgas as cargo to determine the capacity limitation (about 58 gallons) and then had custom aluminum tank constructed which would be strapped down in place of the back seats. I would ...
... Oregon, there were more and more logging trucks hauling huge logs -we think they're cedar. Some logs were 4ft in diameter and most trucks could only haul 3 of them.
We stayed at the Premier RV Resort in Coburg (just north of Eugene, OR). Although a very nice facility, we had serious problems with their power supply - the 50amp plug surged power and the 30amp plug kept blowing the fuse. Nobody came to check, we won't be back. ...