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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A bit a way from downtown Portland, but very clean and would definitely return.
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... as a place to land, and I wanted to do as much as I could even if it was a bummer doing it solo. I spent each day crocheting in the Scamp with Husb for a while before venturing out on my own. One day I walked to NE Franklin to see the area and some of the shops. There were many pork-centric places that I knew Husb would enjoy. That evening we met Ross at Breakside Brewery on the northeast side for a quick happy hour beer before going to ...
... The Blue Moon) and instead opted for an Irish pub called Kells that had a tempting happy hour and a beer garden where we could soak up the Portland sun. It really was a great way to spend a Friday afternoon and we could both see ourselves getting used to life in such comfortable surroundings. This was made even better by the high quality lager that was brewed by Kells themselves and a plate of chicken wings with a whiskey barbeque sauce. They would go down a treat in the pubs ...
I'd planned to road trip up to Alaska by car, inspired by some sweet pictures I saw of cars converted into sleeping campers. I'd pictured a mobile vision quest - a meaningful Karouac/London journey, camping in the safe shell of a CRV in the wilderness. I even bought a bear box.
My gifted woodworking friend Mollie helped (let me help her (offered to take a picture of me "helping") ) me build a sturdy bed frame in the back of the car - now ...
... City, and The Great Salt Lake. (The mine was Bingham Canyon Open Pit Copper Mine. It has been in operation since 1906 and was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1966). The desolate vista below almost magically transformed into lush green mountains and valleys as we neared Portland. We landed to a refreshing 69 degrees!
We joined other members ...
... Jan did snacks. Brain made a delicious roast pork for dinner with asparagus, and we did rice. Some of us drank too much wine, but we had lots of fun! We were sad to part company with them in the morning, when the Bakers headed to Santa Nella and us pressing on further to Corning.
There are millions of bugs on the windshield, must be the season, and I can imagine our trailer is covered.The trees are all ...