Inn at the Convention Center
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and nice campground on the east side of Portland. One of the few negative reviews complained about it being noisy (in the flight path of the airport and next to a train track with trains coming by at all hours). We found that yes there were planes, but they were just coming out of the flight pattern and were high enough that the noise was not that noticeable, and ...
... after a discussion about muffins, we left. They drove us to a motel which had a lovely comfortable bed and lots of gadgets, a microwave, coffee percolator, a fridge, it put British hotel rooms to shame, the decor however was 1970s. We snacked on crisps and grapes with delicious red wine for an hour with Rob's parents and the exhausted made our way to ...
... 8211;very beautiful. Further along the Byway is Vista House Lookout at Crown Point. This is the best known and most photographed spot in the Gorge. It has outstanding views both upstream and downstream.
To round out this tour we stopped for lunch at Shirley’s Tippy Canoe restaurant. This is a former biker bar (no sign of that now) run by the feisty Shirley who serves good food, all freshly prepared, and in huge portions. We had heard about the large portions and ...
... Alaskan Bush People…here’s episode one). We stopped for our picnic by the historical Pittock Mansion, with such great City views, we just lied up there in the sun for a bit (probably the only time on the trip so far). It was one of the best picnic spots in Portland. We went back down and found a great park full of redwoods, just breath taking, but it’s always hard to capture them on camera. While ...
... and about the American healthcare system. This afternoon we drove up to council crest for a view of Portland unfortunately there is a forest fire nearby so the view wasn't as clear as it usually is, still impressive though. We also went to the Portland Rose Garden in Washington Park (see the pretty pictures attached). Stopped off for groceries on the way home. It was interesting to explore an American supermarket. Tacos for ...