La Quinta Inn & Suites Portland NW
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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Travel Blogs from Portland
... My cousins are close to one another and enjoy each other’s company… and it was a delight and a blessing to be part of that. It was a wonderful few days and I totally enjoyed all of it. I am truly blessed to have such a delightful, loving and caring aunt, cousins and their spouses!
Tomorrow morning I will make some blueberry muffins to enjoy with our coffee and then hit the road for Bend, Oregon, and the first step of the journey back ...
... a couple of miles of the city centre to enable the majority of the population who live on the east side to commute to the city which is on the west bank of the Willamette river.
The city is very enviro friendly with an extensive light rail system and bike lanes everywhere. Bikes are also considered vehicles so cars are courteous. There is another bridge under construction that is purely for pedestrians and cyclists...like ...
As everyone kept telling me "it will come", it finally did. It came today, on my Grandson Jack's 9th birthday. I am scheduled to leave this Sunday. Great timing as Corey comes in from Haiti on Sunday and our paths will cross at the Portland airport. I fly to Amsterdam and then to Delhi where I will spend the night. Then on to Bhubaneswar, India, the capital of the state of Orissa or apparently it is ...
... early as 1840, Massachusetts sea captain John Cough logged an encouraging assessment of the river’s depth adjacent to The Clearing, noting its promise of accommodating large ocean-going vessels, which could not ordinarily travel up-river as far as Oregon City, the largest Oregon settlement at the time. The Port was used to move Lumber.
The City has about 500,000 people and is the 3rd largest on the northwestern part ...
... we went to Target to get more supplies and food. After we out all of our purchases away, we went to dinner at BJ's Grille and Brew House. Then us kids went to bed and my dad drove for another hour to an RV park in Portland. Next stop: Redwood Forest in California! :) -Allisa ...