Hotel Eugene-Springfield

Address: 3350 Gateway Street, Springfield, Oregon, 97477, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 3350 Gateway Street, Springfield, is near Willamette River bike trail, Hayward Field, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, and University of Oregon Museum of Art.
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      Travel Blogs from Springfield

      The Persecution of Midwives as a HumanRights Issue

      A travel blog entry by linchi on Apr 03, 2013

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      ... of panels, each addressing different aspects of human rights in childbirth, where it becomes clear what’s at stake in this country. The first panel is called 'Persecuted Birth Professionals’ and a group of midwives and doctors share their story about their work and persecution. The stories shared are shocking. Words like felony, homicide, manslaughter and murder are a big part of the vocabulary used. Midwives, who support women to birth their children at home, are ...

      Day 21 - The Last day

      A travel blog entry by oregonbmw on Jul 27, 2012

      21 photos

      ... the poor Suzuki rider. One of them chimed in “I have a puncture repair kit and an air pump”. FWIW, it wasn’t the Gold Wing rider. We left the five of them to the repairs and headed on.

      Coming into Oregon we began to notice that the mountains were in a haze. The skies would be hazy all day but we never smelled smoke.

      We continued our journey, into Enterprise, then on towards La Grande. We had to put our tires on ...

      Portland and Eugene Oregon

      A travel blog entry by luckysfamily on Jul 19, 2012

      8 photos

      ... mid seventies. Probably the best middle distance runner in US history.

      We then drove on to Sunriver through Deschutes National Forest on a road as narrow as any in Ireland and twisting and turning all the while. We were treated to great scenery and stopped for a hike to Proxy falls which included a lava field. All along the drive we saw different views of the 10000 foot Sister's mountains.
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      No place like home .......Some final thoughts

      A travel blog entry by donhad on Jun 03, 2012

      In all our recent travels, there are a couple of constants that always hold true.

      1. No matter how nice the trip, we are ALWAYS happy to come home and sleep in our own bed.
      2. We both really enjoy seeing new places, and experiencing new cultures. But it also reinforces how lucky we are to live in the most beautiful corner of the world.....Oregon, USA.
      3. Don is horrible on travel days, and Florence is a saint to put up with ...

      Pretty toes, we are not in So Cal anymore...

      A travel blog entry by bharvey on Apr 28, 2011

      1 comment

      ... not so warm. We hit a few cloudbursts in a couple places before we crossed into Oregon and some of it looked like it was a mix of rain, hail, snow as we came down the side of the one mountain for sure it was trying to snow, despite being crystal clear as we climbed.... maybe it created its own weather system.... When we stopped at Seven Feathers, 99 miles into Oregon on the I-5, when Denis got out to put gas in the car ...