Howard Johnson Inn & Suites Vancouver/By Vancouver Mall
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We headed to Portland and parked our motor home in the center of downtown. We unloaded the scooter and proceeded to buzz about the vibrant, fascinating streets of Portland. The city is heavily treed and has a comfortable vibe to it for a city of its size. We headed for the free, outdoor festival held in Waterfront Park on the Willamette ...
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... pulling a heavy suitcase up a huge flight of stairs!
Since I arrived late, I just got something easy to eat and then relaxed watching Netflix on my computer.
The next day I decided to go on the free walking tour that had good reviews on tripadvisor. It was an excellent tour! Since I didn’t really know Portland very well and really had no real idea of what to do in the city, this seemed like a great option that allowed me to see a lot in a ...
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Most of the CDs were absolute tosh (not Pete Tosh greatest hits) but we were overjoyed to find ...