Residence Inn Eugene Springfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... this trip we’ve already toured four national parks (with plans to see at least three more). We have also visited major cities (Denver, Las Vegas, San Diego, Los Angeles…) and while we’ve enjoyed those urban destinations too, they really can’t hold a candle to the natural beauty of the landscapes we’ve seen.
While traveling we have seen a lot of wildlife; wild bears, elk, deer, and even whales. Much of the wildlife we’ve seen has ...
... by a tsunami and then finally died in a train crash. Harsh.
Then I had one of the most refreshing experiences probably of my life. I got a hair wrap from a very hippie woman called Cloud, and as seems to be the tradition between any form of hairdresser and their client, we talked in depth about everything from homelessness, community run co-ops, indigenous issues, to my love life, my travel plans and my recent misfortunes. She was an incredible person ...
... now living in Eugene with her American partner.
Back to the track in the evening after a short rest at home and it was exciting to watch the Women's Pole Vault. Nina Kennedy did two PBs to be in the top 4 at 4-40m. She just missed out on a medal as the other three cleared 4-45, the bronze medal going to a Kiwi. The main excitement for the night was in the 800m. We had two girls in it and it was a great race. Georgia Wassall ran superbly coming in for ...
... valley as we head towards Medford.
We stopped in Ashland last year. It is a beautiful little town located on a hillside just west of I-5. We remember a group of folks holding signs stating "The Government Is Poisoning You!" or some such thing. They were protesting jet aircraft flying overhead and deliberately releasing toxins with which to poison those below. They are the typical folks here in this beautiful, eclectic, artsy little ...
... salad, yoghurt and maple syrup we plan our day. Apollo divides us into two groups and we go out for the Easter Egg Hunt in their beautiful front garden. What a sweet boys they are, running around with their bags (Apollo’s got a Halloween bag and Jasper is running around with a Human Rights in Childbirth Conference bag which is half his size) looking for the painted eggs. After finding all 15 (and a big squirrel) we go out with the five of us for ...