Travelers Inn Eugene
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... 8217;s son, Philip, who is doing an internship out in Palo Alto, CA at Stanford.
-We watched whales from the beach and even from our hotel room.
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-Drove to Eureka, CA
-Stopped to see some redwoods and some little shops. We saw the “One Log House,” a house built inside of a carved out log.
-Supper and drinks at Lost Coast Brewery. Annie and I ...
... the border was comical with the list of things we wasn't able to bring across the state including - Any guns? NO Any fireworks? NO Steeringwheel? YES
There was no catching Jen out!! Haha It felt very emotional driving through the Californian hills and had to obviously play the famous Californian song! We also experienced our first honk from a massive lorry after about a million attempts! Always see it in films and my dream was complete! Did some shopping ...
... I was high on the feeling that I was a kid again. This is twice now that it's happened: the fountain in Seattle was the first. And now I felt specifically like my 10 year old self riding around my favourite holiday place in Australia, a sleepy beach town called Hawks Nest. Eugene had the same vibe, and I felt the same sense of childhood mischief, cycling around, feeling super cool and independent. We rode all the way to the other side of town - granted, it's ...
Tuesday was the first day of competition. We arrived at the track about 9-45am ready for the start at 10am.As we walked to the gate we passed the Eugene Bomb Disposal vehicle outside the Warm-up Track. I don't know whether to feel reassured or frightened! The Heptathlon and Decathlon both started today and there were Aussies in both so we were keen to follow them. Cedric Dubler from Queensland had been to the last Oceania Champs so I know him and he is a great young man. ...
... a couple weeks after the program ends to do some traveling in the surrounding countries so that should be exciting considering my only plans are backpacking and couch surfing. I am also planning to run in a few races over the course of my time there. I am particularly looking forward to the Tower of London 10K race but I am also thinking about doing my first half marathon if dates permit. As I said in a post on Facebook, I am going to need SOME motivation to burn off all ...