Hilton Garden Inn Portland/Lake Oswego
Travel Blogs from Lake Oswego
... catapulted into what i like to call the 4th dimension of existence. I was to peace happiness and usefulness, in a way of life that is incredibley more wonderful as time passes." (pg.8 Big Book Alcoholic Anonymous)
We started this trip with very little planning [ for us]. We knew where we wanted to go and some things to see along the way, but our route and places to stay are all fluid. Please bear with us as we figure these things out on the fly, share some pic and relate stories about our travels.
Any comments are appreciated [except about my spelling - it's awful and I know it - but I try] The spell checker doesn't work on all of the ...
... aren’t pronounced, and the other half are strategically placed to cause severe tongue or throat damage if the speaker doesn’t take proper precautions.
Ruth uses the word beaucoup, beaucoup.
Until next major trip, thanks for joining us on the ride, and now it’s time to say, “Au revoir.”
Ruth and Bill
... consistently gets great reviews not only for its delicious food, but for its service and charm.
Oswego Grill - for a traditional night out of hearty American food, the Oswego Grill offers an upscale experience at a casual price.
All in all, Lake Oswego is a hidden gem, full to bursting with natural beauty and local charm. It's well worth a visit, but be warned: one trip here may keep you coming back for more!
Spent the night at The Monaco (a hotel from the Kimpton chain) in the heart of downtown Portland. We were able to walk Rudy along the river last night and found a great park to walk her in this morning. We spent the evening in the Pearl District - a really interesting area with lots of neat places to eat and drink. We enjoyed our stay immensely but are eager to hit the road.....next stop ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center