Motel 6 Eugene North - Springfield
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Motel 6 Eugene North - Springfield
Travel Blogs from Springfield
... come are ObGyn’s not charged with that?
The last panel, of attorneys from all around the world, is one of hope, of a feeling of security, of not being alone. Knowing there are lawyers out there who see the problematic situation and who are willing to stand UP and stand by women and their midwives. Like an elephant’s circle: supporting strong people in vulnerable times.
Many stones, hearts and souls were moved during these three panels. After these ...
... to the front of the line. I know some motorists don’t like this but it’s not hurting them, just ******* them off. Those folks in cages (cars) can roll up their window and turn off the “fresh air” so that they are not overcome by the dust that the vehicles in front create when traveling over gravel roads. Also, we are just going pass you anyway so suck it up and get over it.
The flagger turned out to be a ...
Here we are, one week away from departure. Much has already been done owing to the fact that we started planning in February.
Now all that's left is... Well, it feels like a thousand things. We are fortunate to have July 4th off (most of it anyway... Brian is on call from 1900 - 0700). We plan on packing the bikes that ...
... of it.
Coming over the Cascades, we pulled into the Willamette Valley on our way into Eugene. At 3:45 we drove into Eugene Kamping World RV Park, our stop for the night. At least it was ALMOST our stop for the night. After we ascertained where our site would be, we turned around and drove into Eugene for a special stop to pick up a gift for a special friend. It seems that this particular friend (and you KNOW who you are!!) had a hankering for ...
In Florence we met Randy and Nicci. After talking a little about the bus and our trip they invited us to come to Eugene because there were interesting things to see in the area.
We got there in the afternoon and were warmly welcomed. Randy is a R.N and also runs a business for acupuncture and lasere treatments. I told him about my tennis elbow and got a treatment. Two days later I got another treatment and took some herbs. I can tell that the ellbow is much better now. ...