C'est La Vie Inn

Address: 1006 Taylor Street, Eugene, Oregon, 97402, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 1006 Taylor Street, Eugene, is near Hult Center for the Performing Arts, Downtown Athletic Club, Shelton-McMurphey-Johnson House, and Woodmen of the World Hall.
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    Travel Blogs from Eugene

    Fire season is here

    A travel blog entry by boswagter on Jul 03, 2015

    ... predictions and this gave the fire management team the chance to make preparations beforehand. Everybody was assisting fire in one or another way. If it was not moving people it was fighting the fire and digging lines. These lines are put in place to prevent fire moving to another layer of forest through all the loose material that is found on the forest floor.

    Men were tired but the weekend went well. It ...

    Bye Oregon, it's been emotional!

    A travel blog entry by jen-and-em2015 on Mar 08, 2015

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    ... to Playland. A locals bar and where we had been told by hotel staff was the Holiday Inn Directors favourite place to go out! Little did we know he would soon become a bestie!! The drinks were pretty reasonable and SO strong it wasn't long before we had made friends! Firstly we met Zeehan, he was very friendly and it wasn't long before we was invited to lunch at the Facebook Headquarters where he worked! Being too drunk at this point we didn't make ...

    Day Eleven: Eugene, where the hell is Eugene?

    A travel blog entry by aeway on Aug 15, 2014

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    ... best to hang out. In this small park in Portland we witnessed the first incident to really make us feel uncomfortable around the homeless population. It involved three people, and I’m going to describe them in the most basic way possible: a young black woman, a slighter older looking white woman, and a young white man. The scene: Seb and I, sitting on a bench reading. Nearby, the white woman is sleeping on another bench, while the black woman is having ...

    The competition commences

    A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Jul 23, 2014

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    ... to do this week is have a substatnial lunch and then grab a snack from the VIP Lounge for dinner. I had a lovely tomato and gorgonzola soup and then a pasta with chicken and asparagus in a cream sauce. Very tasty though the soup could have been warmer. Fletcher had Minestrone and then a chicken fettucine in a tomato/cream sauce. Both were very nice he said. We then tried to find the Tsunami bookshop but didn't go far enough to find it. Another day!

    After a ...

    Getting closer to Seattle!

    A travel blog entry by minaco on Aug 02, 2013

    The second leg of our train adventure has been quite enjoyable. The train is travelling at a good speed and we have made up some of the lost time due to the delay leaving Los Angeles yesterday afternoon.

    We have made several stops since leaving LA. The train is 100% smoke free which we love. Every few hours they have stops where you can detrain for a few minutes to have a cigarette or grab some fresh air (away from the ...