La Quinta Inn & Suites Eugene
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- I drove two hours to Eugene, Oregon to visit the University of Oregon today.
- My college tour was so nice and I fell in love with the college and I am really considering going here.
- Go Ducks!!!!
- Got gas when I left for $46.40 at a local Arco.
- I also grabbed ice, chips, and pizza for $13.
... and sometimes $20. Also they have a charming custom of letting their guests sit outside and they bring the wine to them. This was the case here. We went out into a pretty garden area and sat in the shade on what was promising to be a very warm day. The first wine was a Pinot Gris. This was excellent, especially when we saw the price was only $21.The second white was a Pinot Blanc, not as good but better than those we had tasted in the Okenagen Valley. Good value for money. We then ...
... 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 ...
... manual rotary pump to transfer the fuel from the cargo tank to the wing tanks once on the ground at SCRM so I’d have full wing tanks for the return flight to SCCI. I did a trial run with this setup while still at home and it all worked successfully.
In addition to the custom fuel tank and pump, the additional equipment I’ll carry is pretty much the same things I took on my RTW flight – a covered life ...
... employer in town is Monaco Coach Corp who build motorhomes (Monaco, Beaver, Safari,
Holiday Rambler and Roadmaster chasis), school buses and commercial trucks. The downturn in the economy has affected their business so they've laid off 450 employees (they had 2,225). One thing we didn't know - Monaco was originally owned by Harley Davidson Inc.
Eugene is an old city with an old delapidated city hall, narrow streets, ...