Earlier this week, Washington Post travel writer Andrea Sachs featured the glamorous city of Eugene for her You're Going Where? series. A monthly series that attempts to highlight "the best vacation destinations you've probably never considered."

Because nothing screams "Super Cool Vacation!" like a trip to cold, rainy Eugene in November.

But hey, to each their own.

In typical travel writer style, she attempts to out all the cool spots locals want to keep for themselves like Izakaya Meiji and steers you towards "Guidebook Musts" like Eugene's outdoor mall, the 5th Street Market.

She is very impressed with the food at, uh, University of Oregon student union building.

“Regain your Freshman 15 at Erb Memorial Union. Under one roof: homemade ice cream at Red Wagon Creamery, kombucha on tap at Townshend’s Tea Company, and cheesy pies and microbrews at Falling Sky Pizzeria and Public House.”

Yes, pizza and kombucha on tap.

Despite taking an odd and borderline insulting tone by kicking off her piece with the word "Eugeneladia" (not a thing) and took a bit of a jab at the attire of pretty much all Eugenians, she seemed to have maybe enjoyed her time in the college town and it's a pretty decent summary of everything that you'd want to do in Eugene if you happen to find yourself there for a Ducks game or a Birkenstock and tie-dye convention.

All in all, not so bad though. These write-ups can really go sideways, as we know from the times when Portland gets featured in the New York Times.