Everett Street Guesthouse

Address: 2306 NE Everett St, Portland, Oregon, 97232, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Kerns area of Portland, is near Laurelhurst Park, Stark's Vacuums Museum, Albertina Kerr Center, and Metropolitan Youth Symphony.
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      Travel Blogs from Portland

      The state of Oregon

      A travel blog entry by noahlucich on Oct 19, 2014

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      - the capital is Salem
      -important cities are Salem and Portland
      -the year of statehood is 1859
      -the state motto is she flies with her own wings
      -the state flower is the Oregon Grape
      -the state bird is the western Meadowlark just like Wyoming and South Dakota
      -significant features are the Deschutes river, Salem, Mount hood, Portland state university and Portland.
      - the population is 3,899,353
      -Oregon is 98,386sq ...

      Day Eight: Zoo Times

      A travel blog entry by aeway on Aug 12, 2014

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      ... mother, she used to come up to the glass when a human mother and child
      were there, and she would present her baby as if to say “Yeah, nice, but mine’s
      better.” No doubt.

      The low point of the zoo was how crowded with children it
      was. Go figure, it’s a zoo. Some were cute, but not enough, and many were made
      more annoying by their annoying parents who were just rushing them through
      everything, or complaining and ...

      Couch Surfing Is Great

      A travel blog entry by alanhopkins on Aug 08, 2014

      ... reeling off our list of things we wanted to do in the US, one was try the American style biscuits which Colin said he would take us for tomorrow morning and see a trailer park which they seemed pretty bemused by.

      For the first time we actually wish we could have stayed a little longer, not because Portland is so amazing but because they would have been happy to have us for longer and show us around which beats wandering aimlessly every day of the week of ...

      Picturesque Portland

      A travel blog entry by txherrins on May 29, 2014

      2 comments, 3 photos

      Portland Japanese Garden was our first destination today. It is touted as the most authentic Japanese garden outside of Japan. The garden is nestled in the lovely West Hills of Portland and covers 5.5 acres with five separate garden styles. When entering the garden I felt a sense of profound peace. Our group settled on a one-hour visit, but we were so captivated by the tranquil beauty of the place that we doubled the allotted time!

      Exploring the Colombia Gorge

      A travel blog entry by angelakent on May 24, 2014

      6 photos

      ... but we were up for it. One point of this vacation was to try out some of my new hiking gear for my upcoming Africa trip, so I had my new Osprey day pack and new hiking shoes, but forgot my trekking poles back at the house. This was a perfect mountain to use them (really really needed them), so I regretted leaving the trekking poles behind.

      We couldn't have asked for a better day for a climb. Dog ...