Express Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Express Inn and Suites Eugene
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... ponchos walk into a super-rainy forest at the base of Mt. St. Helens after trying every gate to get a view of the crater (and failing) - apparently, Washington shuts down national monuments in winter (unlike Acadia, which stays open year-round despite two-foot thick ice). The two goons hike 12 miles, ...
... was clad in filthy clothes. He stank of beer, dribbled when he spoke, and squinted at us through one swollen eye: half of his face was entirely swollen, the kind of swelling that only a beating can create. He asked almost everyone at the park if they wanted to buy his bike. Seb and I politely
declined his offer, while most people just ignored him. The lead singer of the group, who had just finished his performance, told him he would love to buy it but ...
... found a motel and booked in at $85 per night for a king bed with free breakfast, free wifi and the laundry cost $1.... A bargain I think - but when I ran across the road to a 7-11 mart to get washing powder there were 6 packs of Budweiser for $6.29!!! Bargain number 2! So that helped pass the time while Mumsie washed!
Eugene is the home of the University of Oregon and is also home to some large timber mills as well as being a centre for the agriculture in the ...
... with us who is here working for the Hoka One One shoe company for which Peter is a consultant. He was from California and pleasant company. The food was excellent and accompanied by some lovely local white and red wines. Our waitress was a Thai girl who had studied in Eugene and stayed on. She was great.The Lava Cat Fish was very tasty as was the Teriyaki Chicken and the Thai Basil beef. A lovely night with real food, not American diner standards!
This morning we went ...
... pig nests you would make out of piles of straw or pine needles I had raked. I didn’t even know pigs made nests until I knew you. One of my very best memories is when cousin Savion stepped in a a huge pile of your poo at the Hoe Down and came in the house to show me! That was ******* funny. Last but not least I want to thank you for just thank you for demonstrating such intelligence and personality ...