La Quinta Inn & Suites Portland NW
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Quinta Inn & Suites Portland NW
A bit a way from downtown Portland, but very clean and would definitely return.
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Over the mountains and through the Douglas Fir Woods to Portland. Our park was on Hayden Island in the middle of the Columbia River. A beautiful campground and a beautiful city. Our niece, Jessica, lives here and we had a wonderful time visiting her and her dog, Moon. She took us to an unusual restaurant just a few blocks from her house and we tried food we had ...
... boasts an incredible view of the valley.
We braved the traffic on the congested highway through Dundee and stopped for lunch on the patio of Red Hills Market before heading for our final winery. Noted for its outstanding view, Bella Vida did not disappoint!
Our perfect day concluded with a sunset dinner at The Dock on the Columbia River. ...
... been times when I’ve been pretty rude, unenthusiastic, and one might even say downright unprofessional, thank you for putting up with me through all of that.
This may be an unconventional way to let people know you’re leaving, but this is the first time I’ve ever put in a two weeks notice, it wouldn’t seem right leaving without saying goodbye. Truth be told, I wasn’t planning on staying at Best Buy for this long, my ...
... which are nice to see. Some of the downtown streets sport perfect arches of trees which looks really cool against the backdrop of commercial infrastructure. The eco-friendly initiatives are everywhere. The solar-powered garbage bin compactors were new to me but make considerable sense. Less garbage rounds. We did some preliminary shopping which, let's be honest, is why we're here. Anything cultural or educational is a bonus but will not be willingly sought ...
... Lodge because we heard good things. Ultimately, we decided to take a hike that would give us a view of Mt Hood rather than take us up the mountain. We mapped a path to Lost Lake Butte Trail #616. Getting there took about 45 minutes from Hood River. Almost as soon as we left town, the mountain started playing hide-n-seek with us. It would pop into view and we would be wowed and then it would disappear again. It added a little excitement and ...