Holiday Inn Portland Airport (I-205)

Address: 8439 NE Columbia Boulevard, Portland, Oregon, 97220, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Central Northeast Neighbors Incorporated area of Portland, is near The Grotto - National Sanctuary of Our Sorrowful Mother, Joseph Wood Hill Park, Roseway Theater, and Colwood National Golf Course.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Portland Airport (I-205)

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    Travel Blogs from Portland

    Hipsters: The Life Organic

    A travel blog entry by cookcorn on Apr 12, 2015

    1 comment, 35 photos

    ... br> Sarah, GoT over, I'm back: Hipsters abound here - at times I have found myself thinking of the Bondi Hipsters (google "The Life Organic" in case this link doesn't work https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HR4n6OV oyYQ), just replace Bondi with Portland. Beards of all shapes and sizes some on bikes some driving around in the very boxy Kia Soul, the majority of the food in the local super market is organic and there's no sales tax here either - yup, I'm loving it!

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    Planes, bikes, cars, and buses!

    A travel blog entry by lexispaige on Mar 15, 2015

    ... trucks, and put 500 miles on our rented Cmax (hybrid). We ran 2 miles both ways to see Lake Trillium with the enormous Mt. Hood behind it. Driving around with Brian was the greatest adventure I could have dreamed of. Even though I'm pretty sure he had the flu, he was an amazing travel buddy. ...

    Food, Glorious Food!

    A travel blog entry by wandering_james on Dec 11, 2014

    18 photos

    ... the Gods. According to scientific history, the first, natural Bridge of the Gods was created by an enormous landslide between the lava cliffs of Table Mountain and the North wall of the Columbia Gorge, somewhere between 1100 and 1250 A.D. The bridge dammed the river, standing between 200 and 300 feet above sea level, high enough that Native Americans could safely cross the river. This natural dam collapsed around the 1690s - ...

    The City of Roses

    A travel blog entry by swandawg on Sep 19, 2014

    98 photos

    ... the International Rose Test Garden... Boy did that place smell good, and what an explosion of colour! Next up was the Japanese gardens. Very serene and quiet. Lots of little water falls everywhere made it a very relaxing place. I saw a Douglas squirrel for the first time! So tiny and cute. Rocko had a little adventure here too, check it out in my pictures (incidentally I think I may have lost it).

    Later that night after going for Thai food, Sharon and I met with ...

    Day Ten: Shuffleboard can save the world!

    A travel blog entry by aeway on Aug 14, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... Books, a new and used book shop that takes up an entire block and has at least 4 storeys. It is beyond amazing, and if you’re a book lover like me, it may be the most dangerous place in the world. I was awestruck, even a little drooly, but I’m very proud of how I restrained myself. My mother, who knows my book habits well, would be extremely proud. Hi Mum! I walked out with three books that came to a grand total of $20. Not ...