Courtesy Inn Eugene
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... point yet where we have to abandon ice cream, and outside coffee stops, but the days are certainly cooler, and we are reaching for clothes long consigned to the bottom our our suitcases. We also continue to picnic daily - there is never a shortage of national, state or municipal parks with picnic facilities and restrooms, many with stunning settings overlooking ...
... dictate scenery over everything else. So we headed south on the highway through flat farmland hemmed on both sides by mountain ranges…growing vegetables, fruit trees and who knows what. Maybe kale, since we are nearing California, and they seem to like that sort of stuff. Just kidding, Jim.
We landed in Eugene around 4:45 and checked into another upgraded room. Thanks, La Quinta. Tomorrow, Redding, ...
... having to flee the country in the middle of the night. They boarded a boat that took them to a refugee camp in southern France, and from there were eventually able to get to Israel, penniless and exhausted.
Eventually, the Elkouby family found a home in Tel Aviv, and Chaim Laziz was able to re-start the family business - furniture making. One of my uncles, Yossi Elkouby, continues the family business. Meyer Elkouby also works in this field.
This morning we took our time over breakfast as the wineries do not open until 11am. We set out to discover what the Dundee Hills area has to offer. This is a red soil area, not like the Terra Rossa of Coonawarra but still having its own richness.
Our first stop was at The Four Graces. This had a white timber house as its tasting room and we were greeted by a very charming host who was originally from Wales. We discovered that all wineries here charge at least $10 for ...
... all round the horizon - unbeatable. Also took a short hike up a local peak and had the snowy top all to myself with breathtaking views all round.
The American's love their information signs and I love them too. Here are some seen today at Crater Lake.
Beside a toilet block: "Please keep off the roof"