Heron Haus Bed & Breakfast
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Heron Haus Bed & Breakfast Portland
Travel Blogs from Portland
... achilles tendon, causing a bit of blood and a lot of pain. Fortunately, all cars stopped abruptly behind us, and Erik was able to keep himself from flying over his handlebars. This would certainly dampen the rest of our time in Portland for Erik, as he was stuck icing his elevated ankle in the Scamp for most of the day the following three days.
Meanwhile, I tried to do as much sightseeing as I could. Portland was definitely a city we wanted ...
... shaking our hands for prolonged periods of time as he looked at us with an unnerving grin. In our first encounter he announced to the room with some pride that he'd bought some new Dr Martens at a bargain price and nobody had the heart to tell him that they looked shocking. After five minutes of Randy we made a hasty exit and were recommended a road just a short walk from the hostel that features a range of brew pubs with good, hearty food.
We walked past one of ...
... bus, the train and the trolley all around the city. Lunch was at the famous Food Truck court where tourists and business people gather. The Saturday Market is a must do so we spent three hours walking through the artists booths. Our last night in Portland we had a beautiful dinner with Jessica and her friend Mary and her family. It was sad to say goodbye to Portland. ...
... City, and The Great Salt Lake. (The mine was Bingham Canyon Open Pit Copper Mine. It has been in operation since 1906 and was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1966). The desolate vista below almost magically transformed into lush green mountains and valleys as we neared Portland. We landed to a refreshing 69 degrees!
We joined other members ...
... his sister's seat but we all survived.
We ended up landing at PDX about 30mins early which was nice. We met my parents downstairs by the luggage carousel & they with Isabelle, helped us get our stuff to our car which was nice. We ended up getting home around 4pm which is a bit strange for us. Usually we get home from trips much later. The kids quickly got reacquainted with the toys they had not seen all week & I got ...