Getty's Emerald Garden Bed and Breakfast

Address: 640 Audel Ave., Eugene, Oregon, 97404, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Eugene

Taking Off

A travel blog entry by schlossb on Jun 16, 2015

I am about to take off for Copenhagen where I will arrive a day or two before the 19 U.S. students who be taking my Designing Cities for Bikes class. I thought it would be a good idea to get there first and re-remember what it is like to get around a city by bike when there are endless numbers of other people doing the same.

I also thought it would be good to remind myself how happy it makes me to get around this way without fear of being hit by ...

Hike from Hell!

A travel blog entry by philandalice on Feb 05, 2015

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... see no effing volcano (four of which were roads whose gates had been locked for presumably the next six months). These goons are now ******, freezing, and tired
We spent the night in Eugene, OR, thankful for a dry place to rest our heads.

Day Eleven: Eugene, where the hell is Eugene?

A travel blog entry by aeway on Aug 15, 2014

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... it didn’t really belong to him. The man replied earnestly, "It's mine, I traded it. I traded some weed for it.” And there you have it. Eugene: a place of intense beauty, originality, freedom and creativity, but also a place of poverty, violence and human suffering. It is one of the most unique places I’ve
been too, and yet it vividly resembles the world in its entirety. Good and bad, bad and good. It is here, so of course, it is ...

Goodbyes, Wineries and Bookshops.

A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Jul 21, 2014

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... Valley River Inn which is the IAAF hotel to collect our accreditation. With that around our necks we can get free bus travel and entrance to the event and VIP area. While there we saw some old friends, like Gunther and Stephane. No doubt we will catch up with many more at the track tomorrow. We returned to Peter's and relaxed. About 11-30, Fletcher and I drove into the Downtown area to check out the shops and have lunch. Found a quirky bookstore with some interesting and ...

RIP Daisy Pig (and we finally left Washington!)

A travel blog entry by sg2oo3 on Aug 29, 2013

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... me back to my radical, animal loving, caring, fighting self that I almost died in midst of all of the other terrible things I’ve witnessed through my 28 years of life. Animals do have spirits, they do have feelings, they do need love, they do love in return, and their rights do matter. From the bottom of my broken heart, thank you, Daisy. Oink Oink!!!!


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