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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... me of Pittsburgh in the steel days.
Portland, much parodied but probably not seen so often. Nowhere near as much 'authentic grit' as I thought but damned pleasant, yes I WILL have another top beer with my terrific street cart vegan organic local hand-raised nuclear-free burger thanks.
Day 1: Stayed with prospect research mate of a few years, Khoi. He's traveled to a lot of places so I should probably listen to him. Woke up after being conked out on the sofa ...
... world went to Happy Knits and a LONG walk to Yarnia. After Yarnia we bused back to the hotel just in time for Happy Hour with free wine tasting. Love this hotel. Our dinner was gathered from whole foods, each person chosing their own menu. We took our food back to our room and ate, knitted and chatted. In bed by 9:00ish Good ...
... Being very helpful we was supplied a map and our room key and was ready to settle in. Not able to do much we laughed at some questionable American TV adverts and headed to bed ready to start our adventure in the morning!!!
Day 2 - It felt very surreal to wake up after 2 years of planning and see our amazing view of Mount Hood. Ready to explore Portland we headed to downtown and went to Zupans the equivalent of Waitrose! Hello $113 bill!!! Armed with the ...
... With the temperatures unseasonably hot (it was 95 degrees F!) we came at the perfect time. Cannon Beach was one of Randy's favourites which held many happy memories from his childhood. We set off on a walk along the beach, visiting Haystack Rock and the tide pools, before visiting another brewery (Bill's) for a happy hour pitcher. That night we cooked left-over Burning Man food over a campfire which our friendly neighbouring Rastafarian helped us make with his ...