Bluebird Guesthouse

Address: 3517 SE Division St., Portland, Oregon, 97202, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Southeast Uplift Neighborhood Program area of Portland, is near Eco Tours of Oregon, Bagdad Theatre, Hawthorne, and Buffalo Exchange.
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      Travel Blogs from Portland

      University of Portland

      A travel blog entry by leftylucyb on Sep 30, 2014

      • Exhausted from a full day in Eugene, Bailey and I filled up the tank and traveled 245 miles to Portland.
      • Once we got there Bailey and I set up our stand and sold our apparel. We made $245 dollars on the day.
      • For lunch we ate a pepperoni pizza at Pinky's Pizza and for dinner I ate spiced curry lamb at Chez Dodo. I was surprisingly delicious.

      Seattle's little sister

      A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Aug 18, 2014

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      ... surprise to find a nearly full parking lot. It seems that we’re not the only people to have fallen for their rose pinot noir! We taste while taking in the great views and need little persuasion to by a case to be shipped back to California.

      Not too much further on to Portland the “other” costal city in the Pacific Northwest. Liberal, trendy and very bike-friendly, Portland does very much have the feel of Seattle’s little sister. Everyone we speak ...

      Day Seven: Heat Wave and Hot Property

      A travel blog entry by aeway on Aug 11, 2014

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      Our bus out of Seattle left at 10:30am, so we were a little
      groggy this morning. Knocked back some eggs and tea and then walked an absurdly
      long way (when you’re carrying a 20kg pack) to the bus stop on the other side of
      town. It was definitely a work out for my calves, and if I don’t have killer
      legs by the end of this trip, I’ll be disappointed. We made it just in time,
      despite leaving early, and for anyone taking a Bolt Bus make ...

      Day 3: The river and the drive

      A travel blog entry by welchfam on Jul 06, 2014

      4 photos

      ... be a half mile line, in direct sun, in 100 weather. We waited, and waited, and waited till a girl came running back thru all the people asking if anyone had a red circle on thei boarding pass.....I raised my hands and yelled out "We do, we do!!!"....and much to my releif we were escorted down to a hoat that was apparently missing 4 people! AWESOME! So we took off down the river and it was beatiful out there and with the winds ...

      Arizona, Utah, Idaho, Washington and Oregon

      A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jun 01, 2014

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      ... of wine and some potato chips, and we headed for her friend Elizabeth’s (beautiful huge house overlooking the valley and town) for dinner and games. There were 6 women and one man there – not much to eat but filled us and then we played a game called LEFT/RIGHT. We all tied on the first 2 games and I won the third one giving me ALL the money from the 3 games!! $21 – nice. Home and talked a bit and off to bed. I ...