Knott Street Inn Bed and Breakfast

Address: 2331 N.E. Knott, 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, Irving Park, and Metropolitan Youth Symphony.
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Travel Blogs from Portland

On our way!

A travel blog entry by kshanna on Oct 02, 2014

... To get to Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport early in the morning you either have to take a red eye or spend the night somewhere which would just be more money, so we bit the bullet and did it. We also chose to leave a day early just in case, and so that we weren't rushing aboard the ship exhausted.

Aside from an MIA taxi (thanks Radio Cab) and me freaking out when I couldn't find my new sunglasses in my bag we made the flight to JFK without any issues via JetBlue.
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Day 11: Portland

A travel blog entry by kbwhitman on Sep 04, 2014

4 comments, 4 photos

... vastness of America until you see it for yourself. The cities extend endlessly, north, south, east, west, and even up. The cities give way to other cities, which eventually give way to pastures and fields that reach well beyond the horizon. And once you venture beyond that, great spires and mountains reveal themselves, towering over the pastures with unbelievable authoritative majesty. There are many different lifestyles and countless types of people in this ...

PORTLANDIA FUN

A travel blog entry by jldavol on May 31, 2014

21 photos

... are called a “pod”. It just so happened that they were close to our trolley drop-off place. So here’s the scoop: each trailer pays anywhere from $400-$1500 per month for their parking space which may or may not include electricity fees. On top of those expenses, add a monthly commissary rental, food costs and labor, and you'll see that running a food cart isn't a cheap endeavor. ...

Changing minds one step at a time

A travel blog entry by 1krafty1 on May 22, 2014

1 comment, 26 photos

This was my fourth annual NAMI walk. I was first involved through Suzi and then learned more about NAMI and talked with Suzi's sister, Janni, who was the Clark County NAMI Executive Director.
After loosing Janni to cancer in February of this year, the 2014 Walk took on a special meaning. I am sure that Suzi's foot doctor would not have approved of her walking, but I could not deter her from ...

Home is where the heart is....

A travel blog entry by amoris on Mar 07, 2014

24 photos

... the 'last' get-togethers, after all the couch surfing, after all the movie-and-fire-nights and snow weekends and plans..... I was driving over the Ross Island Bridge just trying to take it all in. I had a giant latte, exquisite jade earrings, unread books, and a bottle of wine signed by my friends. I had my guitar. And I was. On. My. Way. And I was bawling my eyes out.

What a strange feeling I had in my body. Akin to a ...

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