La Quinta Inn & Suites Portland NW
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- 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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... the Arboretum and a Holocaust war memorial, which was very powerful with lots of writing from the people that suffered in the war.
Monday, we thought that it was about time to visit the city centre so we went for a wander. The tourist office were soooo helpful and loved our British accents, they urged us to speak a lot in the city, as they love it around here so much! We found the infamous Voodoo doughnut ...
One of the things I look forward to is Outlet Shopping in the USA. It has become a tradition that we spend a day (or two) at one of these. Lots of great brands at terrific prices - usually half the price of home. The choice and variety of what is on offer amazes us. So today we headed to Woodburn Premium Outlets located about an hour south of Portland. With more than 100 stores, it is the largest tax-free outlet centre in the West. Big name ...
... I had another for lunch time dessert.
Walked back to the river and had a wander around Oregan Bites which is sort of like a festival of food with live bands and loads of food and drink stalls. I lamented myself for not waiting for food here. We decided to move on then come back in a bit.
We got back on the bikes and biked to the end of the river where the bike path ended and decided to walk the rest of the way to a cable car that went up ...
... bus, the train and the trolley all around the city. Lunch was at the famous Food Truck court where tourists and business people gather. The Saturday Market is a must do so we spent three hours walking through the artists booths. Our last night in Portland we had a beautiful dinner with Jessica and her friend Mary and her family. It was sad to say goodbye to Portland. ...
... the gold medal round of hockey...thank heavens Canada manged to win without me cheering them on, or I would have never forgiven myself (nor would millions of other hockey fans!). It was a lovely drive, this time dominated by views of snow-covered Mt. Hood, rather than Shasta. Portland Fairview RV Park where we stayed was very nice, and huge!, but quite pricey. That was ok, though, because of its proximity ...