Residence Inn Eugene Springfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Drove from Astoria down to Seaside, but it was cold and rainy, so we just kept going. Next beach south was Cannon. Cute town, but it was still cold and rainy, so we just kept going down the Oregon coast on Route 101. Passed by many beautiful beaches along the Pacific Ocean, but still too cold. Then a "check engine" light came on in the RV that …
... amazing hand crafted wares and curios. There were plenty of buskers: some girls on their violins, an old man drumming and bopping, and a harp player! That's a first. The market was clustered into a grassy square and there were plenty of hippies. I bought the most amazing tie dyed shirt from an old man who looked like a cowboy. Seb and I discovered "The Game of Real Life", a hilarious and pretty realistic spin off of one of my favourite board games. The best ...
... far from the track. There we sat outside in a lovely garden setting and ordered while watching the squirrels and birds passing by. The food was fairly ordinary but we got talking to a Canadian couple at the next table. Their daughter had run in the hurdles that morning and they came from near Niagara. Lovely people. There was also a family at another table who had a tiny baby. I had noticed her rather broad Australian accent and she turned out to be from ...
... of the Northeast?), and got to the University of Oregon's Phi Psi house without a hitch. After putting down by bags, I went over to the campus to see Hayward field and went for a run with some guys up to Pre's rock which has an amazing view of the city. On a random aside, the per-capita amount of fixed gear bicycles ...
The weather was cool and lightly overcast this morning. Perfect weather for a drive! The temperature is supposed to reach 94 degrees this afternoon so we must depart before it gets too warm for our furry friends.
We start up the Coburg Road through vast farmland. Less than three miles up the road we reach Coburg, pop. 1083 souls, which is a National Historic Site. The city was founded on the land claim of John Diamond who settled here in 1847. The city ...