Crowne Plaza Portland-Downtown Convention Center

Address: 1441 NE 2nd Ave, Portland, Oregon, 97232, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Lloyd District area of Portland, is near Oregon Convention Center, Rose Quarter, Steel Bridge, and Memorial Coliseum.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Crowne Plaza Portland-Downtown Convention Center

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Portland

Passed out

A travel blog entry by juanfontes on Sep 25, 2014

<ul><li>  Once I got to Portland I immediately got gas which was $24.22</li><li>Then I went to the Crowne Plaza Hotel Portland-Downtown and I got myself a room for $250 and i passed out I was very tired after all the hiking and driving.</li><li>next morning I put ice from the ice machine in my ice chest.</li></ul>


A travel blog entry by lucysureoffoot on Aug 31, 2013

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Long hot walk across bridge to Hawthorne district ... Pictures tell the tale.lucky Labrador bar was wonderful though pulling in a diverse range of drinkers: cycling guys, families, old ladies, bikers, tattoo types.
Then long walk in even more heat along one quite trendy road - usual parade of vintage furniture, consignment ...

Washington Coast / Columbia River

A travel blog entry by xplorin46 on Jun 11, 2013

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Near the big lake at Pen D'Orelle, we stopped at a small Idaho State Park called Round Lake. Quiet and cool, we had a campfire to burn the last of our USA firewood. We doubt they will let us take it into Canada tomorrow. We're looking forward to using our brand new passports for the first time!

More later from north of the border!

Til then, our best from the road...

Jan, David, and Maggie


At the Heels of A Master--For Years! Part II

A travel blog entry by sueschubert on Feb 16, 2013

... held in a military camp taught their captors the skill of paper making. This is surely one way to prevent recidivism--have a skill, teach a skill. Subsequently, the first paper manufactory was established in 794 in Baghdad and, soon, paper replaced papyrus and parchment for common use. However it didn’t ...


A travel blog entry by ness_jon on Aug 15, 2012

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... Oregonian men would seize the opportunity to have experienced sailors aboard their own vessels. They dropped the sailors into the tunnels below these places to be taken out to port to be slaves on ships sailing to, you guessed it, Shanghai. Hence the term “getting Shanghaied”. We ended our tour next to the giant and ever so true sign proclaiming “Keep Portland Weird”, which they definitely do. They park children’s motorcycle toys on the street in ...