Express Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Express Inn and Suites Eugene
Travel Blogs from Eugene
... I feel like it is a classic Eugene experience. It’s a little two bedroom bungalow located close to downtown (and only seven blocks from where we once lived) and the owner is a kaleidoscope maker! He, Craig, and his wife, Annie, have been wonderfully welcoming.
While we love the culture and places of Eugene, it’s really the people that keep us coming back to visit. The people of United helped make this place feel like home when we lived here and ...
... We then spent the afternoon watching the Masters.
Tomorrow we make the 2 1/2 hour drive to Bandon, Oregon which is on the Pacific Coast. We are there for three days and are really excited about our planned rounds of golf at Bandon Dunes and Pacific Dunes. These are two of the top rated public golf courses in the United States. This is one of the main reasons we wanted to explore this area!
... I kept thinking to myself, if I were to die right now I would die happy. I have loved, lived, and experienced things in so many different ways that some people don't get to experience in an entire lifetime. I will spend my whole life searching for new places to explore, and will meet people that will change my perspective on life over and over again. I am in love with the world. Spain, you will forever have a piece of me with you. Peace out world, until we meet again.
It was a beautiful sunny day and the water was sparkling but very cold. The trip was just over 2 hours and there were some very calm spots interrupted by some rapids which provided the fun! Bill was very experienced and caught most of the currents. The other four had paddles while Fletcher and I bludged. Occasionally the call came to paddle forward and they responded with gusto. This was not all that often surprisingly. ...
... all round the horizon - unbeatable. Also took a short hike up a local peak and had the snowy top all to myself with breathtaking views all round.
The American's love their information signs and I love them too. Here are some seen today at Crater Lake.
Beside a toilet block: "Please keep off the roof"