Courtesy Inn Eugene
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... country have positively changed my life and have really made me a better person. I know that many things will have changed since I have gone (people, places, and politics), but I can't wait to see some of my favorite people again, even for just a few days. I also can't wait to revisit some important places, such as Luostarivuoren lukio (my old high school), Vanhalinna, and some of my favorite kebab restaurants.
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... modern tasting room and complex and they charged $20 each. Again we were able to sit out on a beautiful balcony overlooking a scenic landscape of vines and rolling hills. Our host here brought out 6 wines in a specially built stand and rattled through the whole lot. Impossible to take in all at once. This had a Pinot Gris, a Pinot Blanc, a Rose and three Pinot Noirs. The prices here were much higher but we agreed that the taste was not as good, even in their top wine which was $85 ...
... and vegetation.Once settled in and changed we were taken to a local winery, Sweet Cheeks for a tasting. The weather was sunny and warm and great to be back in shorts and blouse and sandals!
The winery is on the top of a hill just 20 minutes drive from the city. It has a lovely outdoor area for eating and functions and a great tasting room. There we were served by Mallory, a lively dark haired girl who was extremely welcoming. We tasted their Pinot Gris which was ...
I asked directions from a guy to a brewery I had been recommended to and he propositioned me and asked if I wanted to come out with him tonight.
Everyone under 30 seems to not be in possession of a pair of shoes.
I mean some of these people are more weird than Lynn.
I am stuck here for three days. If anyone has any bright ideas for what I should do, please let me know.
Buckingham Palace is looking more attractive all the time.
Harrisburg is in the Willamette Valley of Oregon. As we left the coast and drove east through some small passes filled with beautiful pine forests we really had no idea the Valley was going to be so large or beautiful. I hadn't been to Oregon in 10 years and the last time I was there I don't remember driving around and exploring the area much. There is mile upon mile of farmland and vineyards. The views were great (we did avoid ...