Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Eugene

Address: 2117 Franklin Blvd, Eugene, Oregon, 97403, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2117 Franklin Blvd, Eugene, is near Willamette River bike trail, University of Oregon, Hayward Field, and Springfield Museum.
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      Day with the Ducks

      A travel blog entry by leftylucyb on Sep 29, 2014

      1 photo

      ... li>After the school provided us lunch, Bailey and I set up our stand and sold $500 of our clothing and merchandise. It was a great day.

    • For dinner, we went to the Fisherman's market, I had some delicious fish and chips. After dinner we went to our van and went to bed.

    • Dundee Hills do well

      A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Aug 02, 2014

      20 photos

      ... modern tasting room and complex and they charged $20 each. Again we were able to sit out on a beautiful balcony overlooking a scenic landscape of vines and rolling hills. Our host here brought out 6 wines in a specially built stand and rattled through the whole lot. Impossible to take in all at once. This had a Pinot Gris, a Pinot Blanc, a Rose and three Pinot Noirs. The prices here were much higher but we agreed that the taste was not as good, even in their top wine which was $85 ...

      On the way to USA

      A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Jul 17, 2014

      3 photos

      ... and the Reisling which did not have the acid of Australian ones. We also had a viognier which actually came from Victoria as did the Merlot.

      After a pleasant hour there we came back to Peter's and while he made us a delicious salmon salad for dinner we sat out on his balcony in the gathering twilight, enjoying the view and the conversation. After a great dinner and cheese washed down by a few Oregon reds, it was off to much needed sleep. A great start to our trip.



      A travel blog entry by harry4123 on Dec 23, 2012

      10 comments, 2 photos

      ... br> The very difficult permit challenge is on the last leg from Punta Arenas to SCRM on King George Island. I will explain it in some detail since this is a primary stumbling block for GA pilots wanting to make this trip. Antarctica is not a country; it is an international Treaty area (everything south of 60 degrees south latitude). As such, the process to get a permit requires diplomatic channels, actually a two track process. As a US citizen starting ...

      Just grab your hat, come travel light

      A travel blog entry by kimrobinson on Aug 26, 2011

      2 comments, 25 photos

      ... get to the beach.

      It's wild, magical and mysterious because of the fog and wind. The sand feels great beneath my toes, the salt smell is welcomed and the wind blows through me and awakens my heart. I'm here, I'm on the Pacific Northwest coast... I'd asked to do this and the universe had delivered the opportunity via two brothers from Stafford. I'm happy.

      After a picnic on the cliffs we're back in the car ...