River Walk Inn Bed and Breakfast

Address: 250 N. Adams St, Eugene, Oregon, 97402, United States | B&B
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    Week 5- National Parks and Natural Beauty

    A travel blog entry by mugaasfamily on Jul 17, 2015

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    ... our national parks. Those who set aside the lands that make up our national parks had great foresight to preserve these unique places. I’ve never visited a national park and thought, “Oh yeah, I guess this is OK.” Their landscapes are always striking; something amazing that I’ve never seen before. The National Parks System does such a nice job managing these parks and helping new visitors have the best experience possible. They’ve helped us to ...

    Bye Oregon, it's been emotional!

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

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    ... litre drink!!! Very strange! The rest of the day we spent relaxing at the hotels great jacuzzi and swimming pool... Treated our self to a film 'Nine months' and enjoyed hearing Hugh's English accent! Early night for our long drive in the morning!

    Day 2 - Knowing we was on our way to Crater Lake was just so exciting! The drive was so scenic and really showed us what we was after!! Including driving through an armish town to see the kids faces confused by ...

    Day Twelve: Hippie at Heart

    A travel blog entry by aeway on Aug 16, 2014

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    ... to, one of those people that just radiates warmth and happiness. It seemed she had been pretty down on her luck at one point in her life and was now helping people the same way she was. She was married to her best friend, she shared fresh picked blackberries with me and she genuinely cared about everything we were talking about. It felt like we'd known each other for years, and she kept calling me her home girl and her sister. At the end of it all, I got a big ...

    More successes at the track

    A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Jul 25, 2014

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    ... two Kenyans. Georgia Griffith finished fourth. A good future ahead for those girls! Then it was back to The Wild Duck for a couple of drinks before heading home.

    On Friday it was more of the same. In the morning session Cassie Purdon jumped a PB of 1-85 to qualify for the final while Nicole McDermott missed out, clearing 1-82.We had a great viewing spot for the High Jump, in the IAAF Lounge right next to the track and the jumping area. Matt Mahon joined ...

    The start to my travel blog posts

    A travel blog entry by mccloskey on Feb 21, 2014

    ... Cultural Theory, Twentieth Century British Literature, Cultural Experience, and London Theatre. It feels entirely unreal to me that I will be studying this material hands-on in its country of origin -- SO exciting! I will be living in a homestay in Eastcote, Middlesex, which is about 15 miles out of Central London so I will be taking the tube in for my classes. I do not have all of the information on my homestay yet but I know that I will be with a single woman that currently ...