Cabana Motel

Address: 1707 NE 82nd Ave., Portland, Oregon, 97220, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Portland

We're Going To China Today!

A travel blog entry by msbell on Mar 20, 2015

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... sites such as the Terra Cotta Warriors and take a hike up Mt. Hua. We will be visiting our sister schools there, an elementary school and No. 26 Middle/High School. We'll leave Xi'an later next week and take the "fast train" back to Beijing where we'll visit the Great Wall, Forbidden City and Tian'anmen Square, Olympic Park and do some shopping at the Pearl Market. Welcome to the China Cohort blog. I'll update as often as possible. ...

Seattle to Portland

A travel blog entry by wandering_james on Dec 09, 2014

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... not be the best choice. Starters were crispy fried oysters and 'hushpuppies' - ok with the oysters, they were good but what is a hushpuppie? It is deep fried cornmeal batter served with pepper jelly. Similar to a croquette and tasted really good. I had the traditional crispy fried buttermilk battered chicken with tasso gravy, mashed potato and collard greens. Stephen had a daily ...

Day Eight: Zoo Times

A travel blog entry by aeway on Aug 12, 2014

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... since the park is deceptively steep
and wild once you leave the main manicured forefront. We were pretty keen on
the zoo, particularly when we arrived and entry was only $4. Ummm…what? Apparently
they were having some cheap Tuesday deal. Seb was very surprised, since they
tried to charge him $61 for the San Diego zoo. Granted, this zoo was probably much
smaller, but at $4 we’d be stupid not to go in.

I won’t go ...

Couch Surfing Is Great

A travel blog entry by alanhopkins on Aug 08, 2014

... Charlotte didn’t want to. In the end it was relatively straightforward, we were biking on the main roads but the bike lanes were huge, in some places the bike lanes were bigger than the car lanes.

We dismounted after we crossed the bridge into downtown and hit the river walk. We locked the bikes up and decided to leave them here as it seemed safe, busy and easy for us to get back to. There’s some food thing on called Oregan Bites ...

Secrets of Portlandia

A travel blog entry by louiseandblake on Jul 01, 2014

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... in peoples personal space to take photos. The drinks were expensive and weren't overly tasty so one and done! We ran out the door back to our hotel in time for happy hour!! This was much more enjoyable. Did I mention we even get snacks?!

By the time we were ready to find dinner it was around 8.30pm. We had difficulty finding anywhere that was still open. We had to settle with a small Irish pub - the only place open!

L & B ...

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