Sleep Inn & Suites Eugene
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... blue potatoes, carrots and red potatoes. This was my favourite part of the meal we had a tasty Syrah red wine with this part of the meal. Finally we ordered desert, I had profiteroles with caramel salted ice cream. The ice cream was nice, not so sure about the profiteroles . However Rob and I had a desert Riesling that was glorious. The meal was lovely, everyone seemed to enjoy themselves, it was very ...
... week later. I went to visit one of the lookouts at a lookout point. They stay at these points for 10 days and then have 4 days of rest. It was a great day for hiking and the views were amazing from the top. There was the Three Sisters, Threefinger Jack, Wolf Rock, Sandmountain, and a few other prominent mountain tops protruding from the forest at their feet. The whole forest below my feet was a checkerboard of young ...
... Very bad singing, very good service and great drinks! Even was supplied a free shot of Surfers Acid (rum, jäger and pineapple juice) this quickly topped me over the edge!! Drunken conversation and a rendition of Wonderwall and Man in the mirror we was kicked out for closing! Making friends with Gangsters and talking the royal family was hilarious and I got to experience my first street hotdog!! Realising just how hungry I was I spent the next hour trying ...
... to “mess with” the sleeping woman at some earlier time. The white woman then wakes up, and both women start yelling at the man. The phrase they keep repeating is “30 counts of sexual assault!”, either followed by “You ******* pervert” or “One of them on a 14 year old girl. ”
Things escalated pretty quickly after this, and everyone in the park is watching. The trio are having a standoff. Did I mention ...
... For lunch it was off to another cafe recommended by Peter, the Agate Alley Bistro. Very nice looking place. Their clam chowder was excellent but our main courses were not what we were expecting. I ordered ravioli and Fletcher, gnocchi. When they came the ravioli was large triangles looking more like lasagne while Fletcher's gnocchi was one very large roll of pasta. It was OK but not quite what we thought we were having.
The evening session was again ...