Rose Cottage Bed & Breakfast

Address: PO Box 25474, Portland, Oregon, 97225, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Raleigh Hills area of Portland, is near Portland Children's Museum, Red Tail Golf Course, Alpenrose Dairy, and Vietnam Veterans Living Memorial.
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Travel Blogs from Portland

Goodbye Eugene, Hello Portland.

A travel blog entry by henandpen on Jul 28, 2013

7 comments, 2 photos

... else had any. Quite the mystery. The one fact that seemed irrefutable was that it was happening in Mel's sleep. And Mel sleeps in the trailer. And so the doctor said she couldn't sleep in it anymore. So let's see: we had one more night in Eugene and four more in Portland and then our hotel reservations began. The holiday was now in serious jeopardy and we considered cutting our losses and heading home. Henry had been sick and was going through some ...

Cinco de Mayo

A travel blog entry by teachervagabond on May 06, 2013

4 photos

... runners from entering their races? I don't remember there being a pace limit on the web site - shouldn't that be announced before hand?

I kept pushing 'Lisa so we would have route markers and water stations. Every time we passed a volunteer we would tell them there were people behind us and they should stick around! Soon after mile 5, we met up with the half marathoners and 5k walkers. They still had all their ...

Research and enjoy

A travel blog entry by traveljill on Oct 31, 2012

... up to follow up with further study. And sometimes, I just don't prep ahead, but I love it when I do... it's fun to know so much about it all!

The one thing I need to overcome is my instinctual reflex to put things on paper and thus out of my mind. I gather information, get it in writing, then it flies my brain. As a tour guide, it needs to go the other way- into my brain and thus out of my lips!

Historic Columbia River Highway

A travel blog entry by marlanko on Jul 18, 2012

1 comment, 15 photos

... well :)

We drove from Pasco to Portland yesterday. We are at a wonderful, huge RV park with greater than 400 sites and 1,000 occupants - and we swear most of us have dogs!

Today we drove Route 30 - the Historic Columbia River Highway (The Oregon Trail) and it was awesome. We stopped at Crown Point and Bridal Veil Falls on the way to Multnomah Falls

Crown Point was a ...

Mt Hood and Trillium Lake

A travel blog entry by colinhardcastle on Oct 11, 2005

18 photos

Colin was working again today, so Lavinia and I woke up early and walked to their home again, We took a slightly different route, but everything still looked the same as yesterday.

We had planned to go to Mount Hood for the day - or more specifically, to a picnic area at Trillium Lake which Belinda and Colin knew about. We drove out of Portland along the highway for awhile, and headed into the National Park.

There is beautiful scenery ...