Lakeshore Inn

Address: 210 N. State Street, Lake Oswego, Oregon, 97034, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 210 N. State Street, Lake Oswego, is near Tryon Creek State Park, Elk Rock Garden, Willamette Shore Trolley, and Milwaukie Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Lake Oswego

      Day 9 - Mountains, Rain, the DMV and my first Geoc

      A travel blog entry by photokent on May 29, 2014

      ... then downloaded the app and created my account to then record the "find". Actually fun and Sraddha was laughing the whole time.
      Sraddha twisted her knee yesterday on the hike in Blue Basin so we didn't hike the falls trail this afternoon.
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      Hammock Nap

      A travel blog entry by gdsanner on May 13, 2014

      ... t super-hot. After my nap, I did more EMT reading and practiced my pool shot. For dinner, we had homemade sourdough bread by Carol and a salad, with a mustard vinaigrette, made by yours truly. It was just an easy and relaxed dinner, made it nice and quaint. I watched a little of the Wizards game before dinner, which was great because they played really well today. Hopefully they can keep up the intensity for the next ...

      The send off

      A travel blog entry by mrmatt on Mar 08, 2014

      ... catapulted into what i like to call the 4th dimension of existence. I was to peace happiness and usefulness, in a way of life that is incredibley more wonderful as time passes." (pg.8 Big Book Alcoholic Anonymous)

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      Nine Waterfalls in One Day!!!

      A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Sep 18, 2013

      39 photos

      ... from the trail. Shortly, we made it to Ponytail Falls, also called Upper Horsetail Falls. Although this waterfall is much smaller than the one just downstream of it, it’s in a great setting. The water plunges down from an overhang and the trail leads under the falls through a grotto allowing me to get some pictures looking out from behind the waterfall. Continuing on for about a mile, we came to an old bridge ...

      Day 11: Portland

      A travel blog entry by karenlhorne on Jul 23, 2013

      12 photos

      ... the site where all the rose varieties are grown and tested, as well as new strains developed and I guess I am expecting something fairly spectacular. In reality, it looks just like our local park. I guess it is more exotic to those not used to English gardens. The Japanese garden is much more impressive ( although I can't help but wonder if Japanese people might feel the ...