Four Points by Sheraton Portland East

Address: 1919 NE 181st Avenue, Portland, Oregon, 97230, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1919 NE 181st Avenue, Portland, is near Wonder Ballroom, Blue Lake Regional Park, Glendoveer Golf Course, and Gresham Golf Course.
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    Travel Blogs from Portland

    Wagons Ho! to Portland

    A travel blog entry by daniel.scott on Apr 27, 2015

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    ... pesto, all on grill rye bread. It was outrageously good! Lunch for two was under twenty dollars. After lunch we stopped at Old Town Brewery Tap Room for some beer tasting. Old Town Brewery is once of over 100 craft breweries in the area. No wonder Portland is called beer city. We ordered a brace which, for $8, turned out to be three ounce tasters of NINE different brews. My favourite was the Shanghai’d IPA. Good thing we were taking transit today.

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    Welcome to Portland!!!

    A travel blog entry by jen-and-em2015 on Mar 02, 2015

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    ... br> Day 5 - Ah this feeling feels familiar! All feeling so rough we treated the Gents to a traditional English fry up followed by a Kill Bill Vol 1 & 2 marathon and our first American pizza delivery!!! AMAZING!!! Knowing we was to carry on our road trip we had a real chilled night and went to bed early to refresh not before experiencing Rose City Golf Course in sunset lighting which made a great photo opportunity. Came face to face with my first and I hope last Cayote. ...

    Seattle's little sister

    A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Aug 18, 2014

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    ... River from Downtown at the grandly named “Portland’s White House”, built as a summer home in 1911 by Robert Lytle, a wealthy lumber baron.

    We spend a day exploring Portland and one of its neihbourhoods in particular, the Pearl District. Once an industrial and warehouse area, the Pearl District has been revitalized with many of its old buildings turned into loft apartments, trendy boutiques and some great bars and restaurants. Based on a ...

    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 ...

    Parting Shots

    A travel blog entry by txherrins on Jun 04, 2014

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    ... sights my honeymooning parents undoubtedly saw. When we visited Multnomah Falls last Friday, a reopening ceremony for the newly repaired footbridge that allows visitors to cross 105 feet above the lower cascade of the falls had just concluded. On January 8th, 2014, a falling boulder smashed through the original Benson Bridge that had provided a ...