Ramada Inn Eugene

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

Day Eleven: Eugene, where the hell is Eugene?

A travel blog entry by aeway on Aug 15, 2014

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... 8211; and enjoy the somewhat traffic filled ride to Eugene. We had a big walk from the Eugene bus stop to our hostel, but it gave us ample opportunity to ogle out our weekend home. My first impression: laid back, hippie as anything, more beautiful houses, though more
working class, and I like them all the more for it. The best way to describe what Eugene is like is to tell you that we walked past an old bus painted into a rainbow, kitted out inside as ...

Goodbyes, Wineries and Bookshops.

A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Jul 21, 2014

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On Sunday morning we again had a lovely breakfast courtesy of Tully and then while she went to church, Linda took us to the House of Myrtlewood where they make all sorts of articles from the foresaid Myrtlewood. This is one of the hardest woods and we watched a video about how it is cut and shaped into various objects. The shop had a variety of artefacts but I bought a lovely wooden lighthouse and a small plaque with a painting of a lighthouse as well. We then went to the Visitors' ...

RIP Daisy Pig (and we finally left Washington!)

A travel blog entry by sg2oo3 on Aug 29, 2013

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... 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 ...

Visiting Eugene's Neighbors

A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Aug 21, 2013

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We travel the nine miles to the small town of Halsey but do not stop. Brownsville is a few miles east. We had been to Brownsville once before, on a Sunday, and the sidewalks had been rolled up the night before. Not a single business in town was open! This town of 1668 souls was originally known as Calapooya, named after the original inhabitants, the Kalapuya Indians. In 1847 Calapooya was named Linn County Seat. Four years later seat was ...

Challah French toast on Eastern morning

A travel blog entry by linchi on Apr 02, 2013

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... is so much involved, yet based on so little, it’s hard to get my head around it. Sun is setting and we get back to Hermine’s house where Nick and Stefania prepare a delicious Eastern meal. They combine their mutual Hungarian roots and end up with Poppyseed Bread Pudding (made of the other Challah loaf). Satisfied and tired we round up for a cup of tea on the deck, Portland nightlife on the horizon and talk the night away with some more birth ...