Nite Inn - Eugene
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... a football game at the pub across the street until it was time to board. Train personnel handled our checked bags and we were only left with a couple of carry-on bags to maneuver up the narrow steps to the second level of our train car. We settled into our seats at the front of the car with plenty of leg room for our bags. Even with the footrest up for comfort there was room to spare. With an electrical outlet to keep my cellphone charged, I couldn't imagine ...
... read, and then followed our stomachs back in to town. Seb had discovered a pretty delicious thai place yesterday, but they must have been offended by his business because they were closed today. We settled for a pizza place next door, which served us the biggest most delicious pizza, done half and half with two toppin styles. Couldn't even finish it between the two of us, so like typical travellers, we doggy bagged it.
As last night proved, riding with a ...
... make the raft spin, go sideways etc to give us a more exciting ride. At one point we were invited to "Ride the Bull" which meant we sat on the front or side of the boat with our feet over the side. We then went through some deep waves which flung both AJ and myself back into the boat with our feet rather inelegantly up in the air. Hilairious! Along the banks were many holiday cabins and houses nestled in the tall trees. Some were ...
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After dinner, the Smith's put me in their guest room (right next to the deck with the hot tub!) And I had a wonderful, relaxing night soaking in the tub, sleeping like a baby and getting renewed for the longer drive ahead. I got up in the morning and had another soak in the tub (right next ...
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