Eugene International Hostel

Address: 2352 WIllamette Street , Eugene, Oregon, United States | Hostel
 
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Location

This hostel, located on 2352 WIllamette Street , Eugene, is near University of Oregon, Alton Baker Park, Pre's Trail, and Downtown Athletic Club.
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Travel Blogs from Eugene

Bye Oregon, it's been emotional!

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

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... food to the hotel and even made friends with the San Francisco Police! I finally managed to order a heap of food from Sparkys diner and tried to stay awake to receive my order! The food was amazing and again we passed out very quickly!!

Day 7 - Today again was a right off with curing our hangovers and sleeping off the terrible sunburn! Early night for Alcatraz in the morning!

San Francisco - it's been a pleasure :0)





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Day Eleven: Eugene, where the hell is Eugene?

A travel blog entry by aeway on Aug 15, 2014

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... home, with water tanks and a chicken coop (yes, filled with live chickens) strapped to the roof. Our hostel is an old style house, soft wooden floors, a multi-coloured kitchen, a strange loft added up top, and whose dirt backyard it packed with bicycles and tents. Its picket fence is a painted rainbow, and it’s house number is spelt out with cds. I am in love with this town already.

The only thing we did tonight, as we arrived after 6pm, was ...

Still headin North!

A travel blog entry by trevorrose on Aug 13, 2014

... 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 in ...

Goodbyes, Wineries and Bookshops.

A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Jul 21, 2014

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... The staff there were very friendly and took us through their range of pinot gris, reisling, gerwurtztraminer and pinot noir .Some nicely made wines. We bought a couple of bottles of the gerwurtz...The staff were very friendly and helpful. We then followed that up by visiting Bradley's, another local winery. This was in a pretty setting and a lovely old tasting room. Our hostess there was excellent, spending much time in chatting while taking us through her range. Pinot noirs are the ...

RIP Daisy Pig (and we finally left Washington!)

A travel blog entry by sg2oo3 on Aug 29, 2013

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... in heaven with Ken and Grama McCluskey now, shining down like a bright piggy light, watching over us and keeping us safe in your warmth. Every time I hear a loud shrill or shriek I will think of you as a baby screaming bloody murder, bringing attention from the neighbors when we carried you out to pee. And every time I hear a fat man snoring I will be reminded of the fat, sassy, ***** of a gilt you grew to ...

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