Motel 6 Eugene South - Springfield

3690 Glenwood Dr, Eugene, Oregon, 97403, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 3690 Glenwood Dr, Eugene, is near Willamette River bike trail, University of Oregon, Hayward Field, and Alton Baker Park.
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    Day Thirteen: The Girl and the Book

    A travel blog entry by aeway on Aug 17, 2014

    8 photos

    ... and splashing about. We were joined by a nameless man, very friendly, from Cape Cod I think, who had just moved over to Eugene. We talked accents, rivers and great white sharks.

    When the water got too cold, we picked a few blackberries (they are everywhere!) and then sat and read. And read and read and read. The only reason we left was because Seb had finished his book. Riding home through the twilight to a chilled and early night. Tomorrow's adventure starts early.
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    Final days of competition.

    A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Jul 27, 2014

    5 photos

    ... guy with a genuine love of the sport and a good head on his shoulders. Hopefully he can have a positive influence on the future of the sport.

    Cassie Purdon jumped well in the High Jump equalling her PB of 1-85 but missed at 1-88m. The comp was eventually won at 1-93 by Morgan Lake, a British girl who had won the Heptathlon on Wednesday. A great effort from her. The4x400m relays were won by the US with the Australian boys putting in a great run for 6th. We did rather get tired ...

    The start to my travel blog posts

    A travel blog entry by mccloskey on Feb 21, 2014

    ... minus the fish) and pub visits ;) I cannot even begin to explain how grateful I am for this opportunity. I feel so entirely blessed to have this chance to grow both as a student and an individual. I tend to be overly rigid in my thinking but I want to allow myself to embrace spontaneity and to value the aleatory elements for everything that they are worth. Every day is a chance to learn something new and there is nothing I want more than to accept that challenge -- failures and ...

    Day 12- Discovering the Oregon coast

    A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on Aug 28, 2013

    20 photos

    ... guess what we saw?
    We saw a poor humpback whale lingering the surface with a big chunk of flesh missing on its back that we think was a great white shark that bit. What surprises on the Oregon coast!. By the way, the capital of Oregon is….Salem.


    Aquesta vegada som l'Ariana i l'Elena que escrivim. Avui hem passat la major part del dia al cotxe perquè volem arribar ...

    Last night on the road

    A travel blog entry by themeyerfamily on Aug 15, 2013

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... that was 21 feet in diameter! This place overwhelms you with size and age. The larger trees are 1500 to 2000+ years old. Think about what has happened in the life of those trees! Walking through this forest you feel very small. Makes you think about your own short history on this planet.

    We did the obligatory drive-thru tree. A little disappointing in that this tree is on private property and they charge you $5 to drive up ...