Clinkerbrick House

Address: 2311 Northeast Schuyler, Portland, Oregon, 97212, United States | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located in the Northeast Coalition of Neighborhoods area of Portland, is near Beverly Cleary Sculptures at Grant Park, Grant Park, Metropolitan Youth Symphony, and Sunshine Dairy Foods Sign.
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Travel Blogs from Portland

Portland. A very friendly place.

A travel blog entry by elliotholly on Mar 05, 2015

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... the doll. Portland is famous for its food carts as it is a quiet city at each car park they have the food carts going around the edge of the car parks. First time here we got a curry, which was super hot and a giant samosa (looked a bit like a Cornish Pasty). We also explored Powell’s City of Books this place is an institution here; it is the biggest bookshop we have ever seen… you could actually be there all ...

There and Back again

A travel blog entry by noahlucich on Oct 19, 2014

-leaving Oregon for home today
-said goodbye to my brother at 11am and left for home
-it was fun but its going to be great to get home
-stopped twice for gas along the way and some food at In-n-Out
- gas for 581miles and food was 104 dollars
- made it ...

Day Eight: Zoo Times

A travel blog entry by aeway on Aug 12, 2014

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... a classic child-parent role play. I
don’t have kids so I can’t relate, and kudos to all the parents out there
dealing with difficult, tired children after a long day at the zoo. But at the same
time, tell your arrogant little kid to stop banging on the glass to wake up the
otters. They’re sleeping and they don’t care for your ugly face to be the first
thing they see upon waking.

I feel a bit mean here, but ...

Couch Surfing Is Great

A travel blog entry by alanhopkins on Aug 08, 2014

... hospital and overlooked the city. The walk was stupid we could and should have just biked. The cable car went up, there was a view of the mountains in the distance and the city below, it was standard and utterly pointless. I’m done with this ****, I refuse to pay for ******* city viewpoints ever again. Unless the journey to the top is something worthwhile I cannot be bothered. I’ve seen more cities from above than I’ve had hot dinners.
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A weekend in Portland

A travel blog entry by b_btravel on Jun 02, 2014

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If someone asked me 'what did you remember about Portland, Oregon?' I would have to be honest and say that they have an overwhelming large number of homeless people. It almost appeared to be a lifestyle with many seeming to have settled along the river in the various parks and community spaces. I know there can be many a chain of events that leads to a person being homeless but it is still hard to fathom how so many people can end up in that situation in ...

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