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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... in the accompanying photos that we were able to synchronise our schedules effectively, and it was great to have three chances to catch up with Tony, Cheryl and the boys - it was a shame Nigel had to finally pay up last season's soccer wagers, but that aside, a good time was had by all. It also gave us a chance to finally explore one of the big 'trailers' - or ...
... Kitsap, a large town with restaurants and malls, a navy base and a naval shipyard. And I thought, what a great spot to choose, with access to the Pacific Ocean but oh so very secluded and out of harm’s way.
Around 10:30 we were again in stop-and-go traffic and we though, this is going to be a very long day. As it turned out, after 20 minutes of barely moving, we were waiting to cross a drawbridge like ...
... our luggage to Eugene and walk to Terminal 4 where we found the Admiral's Club, American Airlines Lounge, where we rested for an hour. Then it was onto a shuttle bus to the "remote terminal" to board the small plane to Eugene.
We arrived, on time, at 2-25pm and were greeted by our dear friend, Peter Thompson. I hadn't seen Peter since 2003 when he was in Australia so it was a happy reunion. He drove us into Eugene and to his unit which overlooks the golf club and ...
... shows up shortly after 1300 hrs. Jil strongly suggests that I go to the office and confirm that we have reserved site #5 through August 21. I enter the office to confirm our reservation. NOPE! What you mean NOPE! Site #5 has a "pending" on it. What the heck does that mean? It was wide open not an hour ago according to your web site and reservations can't be made any earlier than 2 days in advance! Let me check with the campground host. He ...
... streets, garbage yards and so many crazy streets. Many of the two lane streets have been turned into one-way but they go from two lane to one and back to two (for no reason). For a while, you drive on the right side and a block away you're on the left side. Try watching for pedestrians, light changes and merging traffic when the lanes keep changing, it's nuts....like bumper cars. We left and headed for a scenic drive through ...