Travelers Inn Eugene
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- Free parking
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... Delicious oatmeal this morning, with sultanas, crumbly crystal honey and brown sugar. Mmmmmme Eugene, you treat me so good.
We had the bikes again today, so we rode into town to check out the 5th street market, only to be disappointed. It is not at all a market, but more an up market shopping mall/courtyard thing. I bought some fancy chocolates for a couple of dollars. Then we ventured back to the river so Seb could see the wonders that I saw yesterday. We ...
... 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 ...
... of you; I am also hoping that it serves as a way for me to reflect on my time abroad and appreciate it in its entirety. For this first entry, I would like to focus mostly on the program plan and some of the information about it that I currently have. To start, the program is through AHA International and it is designed for English majors. I will be taking my courses through the UO Centre in Central London (Monday through Thursday) and I am currently registered for Graphic ...
... 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 ...
... mountain that erupted every 10,000 years which left this huge hole that filled up with rain and snow. It's so blue because of this fact--and because it's so deep. It's the deepest lake in the United States. Enough facts--let me show you the beauty of Crater Lake.