La Quinta Inn & Suites Eugene
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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We set out from Ashland late Sunday morning with the hopes of making it to Vancouver, WA. More ice and snow warnings were issued for the Portland area overnight. We sighed but knew there was nothing we could do to change the weather. Our plan over the past few days has been booking 3-4 hotels along our route in advance so that we always have a safe …
... and other wooden cottages but they would be lovely spots for a summer holiday.
At the end of the trip we alighted and then were taken back by bus to Belknap where we could change from our very wet clothes. They had also had someone taking photos along the way so we bought the USB of our boat. Outside Belknap were some interesting carvings and a great fountain in the form of a jazz band. There was also a humming bird feeder ...
... homestay guest as well (and both are vegetarian...WIN). The program is designed to let us be pretty independent on our time abroad but there are a few group excursions on the weekends. As of right now, I know that we will be going to Cambridge (Temple Church, Tower of St. Mary the Great, Trinity College and Wren Library, King's College and Chapel), Edinburgh (Edinburgh Castle, Scottish Parliament, St. Giles Cathedral, The National Monument, The National Gallery of Scotland, ...
... that 90% of a puffins meals are caught in the water?
And the thing that will be etched into minds forever is the eerie fog that line the beach as far as the eye could see, it curled around the stone and pebbles, around the the little sand dollars we found and the white tipped water the curled over shore.
After a few more hours in the car we stopped just in front of the ...
... 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 ...