Ramada Inn Eugene

Address: 225 Coburg Rd, Eugene, Oregon, 97401, United States | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Eugene

All Aboard

A travel blog entry by travelingadream on Sep 28, 2014

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... a football game at the pub across the street until it was time to board. Train personnel handled our checked bags and we were only left with a couple of carry-on bags to maneuver up the narrow steps to the second level of our train car. We settled into our seats at the front of the car with plenty of leg room for our bags. Even with the footrest up for comfort there was room to spare. With an electrical outlet to keep my cellphone charged, I couldn't imagine ...

Day Thirteen: The Girl and the Book

A travel blog entry by aeway on Aug 17, 2014

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... read, and then followed our stomachs back in to town. Seb had discovered a pretty delicious thai place yesterday, but they must have been offended by his business because they were closed today. We settled for a pizza place next door, which served us the biggest most delicious pizza, done half and half with two toppin styles. Couldn't even finish it between the two of us, so like typical travellers, we doggy bagged it.

As last night proved, riding with a ...

Final days of competition.

A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Jul 27, 2014

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... Every vaulter
in the field did a PB with the winner, Chappelle from France improving
by about 20cms. They just kept jumping out of their skins! In the Men's
Discus Matt Denny and Mitchell Cooper threw well gaining 4th and 5th
spots overall. An excellent effort though it would have been nice to get
another medal. Both the 4x400 relay teams made it though to the final
and the day ended with the USA taking out both 4x100 relays.

We then went back to the ...

The start to my travel blog posts

A travel blog entry by mccloskey on Feb 21, 2014

... of you; I am also hoping that it serves as a way for me to reflect on my time abroad and appreciate it in its entirety. For this first entry, I would like to focus mostly on the program plan and some of the information about it that I currently have. To start, the program is through AHA International and it is designed for English majors. I will be taking my courses through the UO Centre in Central London (Monday through Thursday) and I am currently registered for Graphic ...

Get me off this f&@king train!

A travel blog entry by janeandsam on Oct 14, 2013

Oh my god, a day and a half of my life wasted sitting on a train, staring out the window! We boarded at 2pm it was light, it got dark, then it got light then it got dark again that's how long we were on this train! A journey that should have taken 18 hours turned into 31, and to top it off there was no wifi - ...