Excelsior Inn

Address: 754 East 13th Street, Eugene, Oregon, 97401, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 754 East 13th Street, Eugene, is near Hayward Field, Springfield Museum, Downtown Athletic Club, and Willamette National Forest.
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      Still headin North!

      A travel blog entry by trevorrose on Aug 13, 2014

      ... d better Google it!! Continued on along the coast which was now heavily shrouded with fog, before getting to Crescent City where we took another highway inland to Interstate 5N. This road took us through some very windy roads and steep mountain country, and coupled with heavy traffic delayed our progress quite a bit. Some of the little towns were very hillbilly-ish, lots of junk and strange looking folk about!!! Stopped for fuel at Rogue River and learnt that ...

      Goodbyes, Wineries and Bookshops.

      A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Jul 21, 2014

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      ... There are not many shops in this area as most are now in suburban malls. Had lunch at the Tapp Inn with Fletcher enjoying his shrimp gumbo while I had a nice Chicken baguette. We then went to the Valley Centre Mall. Here we found the main shops. Bought some T shirts at the Oregon Ducks Store. All sports teams from University of Oregon are nicknamed the Ducks. Then found some real bargains in the local department store and finally explored Barnes and Noble, a huge bookshop where ...

      A Trip Into Downtown Eugene

      A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Aug 20, 2013

      11 photos

      ... where old hippies come to die. Can't verify that statement but over the years of visiting this lovely state we have sure seen a lot of older folk wearing tie dyed "T" shirts, granny dresses and wearing their hair in long gray pony tails! I can say that my brother in law fit the bill to the "T" when he lived just north of Portland, working in Oregon and living in Washington State - not so much now that he lives in Idaho.

      The city ...


      A travel blog entry by harry4123 on Dec 23, 2012

      10 comments, 2 photos

      ... the summer months. The 4200 foot gravel airstrip is also used by some commercial operators who flight tourists to King George Island to stay for a day or two, as well as some that will board small cruise ships but want to avoid the two day crossing of Drake Passage which can often be rough water. Because of this level of activity, I set SCRM as my destination and designated SAWB, about 140 nm from SCRM, being an emergency alternate.

      There ...

      Eugene, Oregon

      A travel blog entry by jimcabay on Nov 02, 2011

      ... like this:

      Jim: "Three years ago we stayed at Woodburn RV Park just 10 miles from Salem, Oregon on the left side of the road."

      June: "How the heck do you remember that? We only stayed for a night or two and we've been at so many parks."

      Jim: "And, we drove into Salem and bought our first Net 10 phone at Walmart."

      June: "Look, there's Woodburn RV Park and you're correct - it is on the left side of ...