BEST WESTERN Cottage Grove Inn
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- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Cottage Grove Inn
This is our second stay at this hotel. The room is small but comfortable. This is a good two star hotel; it is not a Hilton.
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... dairy environment. As my friend Gary used to say in Wisconsin, "Come Smell My Dairy Air". We toured the cheese factory and enjoyed the free samples. Had a taste of ice cream too. This was the only time I couldn't keep up with Jim as he ...
... Ashland heading for more adventures on the Oregon Coast. But first we made a fun detour to another old Gold Rush town, Cottage Grove, just south of Eugene. Here we met my son Christoph and my oldest granddaughter, Isabella, who were in Eugene for the weekend to watch the NCAA Track and Field Championships. We had a great lunch at Stacy's Covered Bridge Restaurant and took a walk around the historic downtown, ...
... night was along the Makenzie River.
After a 15 mile warm up, the day really began with a bacon, egg, and almost-too-many-to eat pancakes. With adequate fuel, the climb up over the Old Makenzie highway 242. Perhaps the best road ride route in Oregon other than Crater Lake, it starts in riverside old growth, transitions up through hemlock and douglas fir into alpine meadows of beargrass, lupine and grass. Then it caps off theclimb with a trip through a 50 ...
... Dog yet, but he’s no mamby-pamby, lap dog either. This trip gave Ricky the opportunity to be more dog than he’s ever been before in his life, and as the sum of the blog stories go, it appears he’s become more of an Emotional Aide Dog than any questionable internet certification could have ever foretold.
Another journey's end post script on the drive up the Pacific Coast Highway: it was ...
... temporarily homeless. They had moved from Seattle following a job three days before our arrival. They could not afford a motel room and the condo that they were to move into wasn't ready so they were temporarily living at the park in a tent........ with their eleven year of daughter!. They had only until this Wednesday or Thursday until they could move into their new home. Through our conversation we find that they have not had a cup ...