Oakwood At The Louisa

Address: 123 Nw 12th Ave, Portland, Oregon, 97209, United States | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Neighbors West - Northwest area of Portland, is near Powell's City of Books, Rogue Ales Public House Brewery, Pearl Gallery, and Red Light Clothing Exchange.
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A travel blog entry by lucascurrie on Jan 02, 2015

... of all the people who have inspired me, challenged me, loved me, hated me, and forced me to reconsider what I previously knew. My village is the Daltons and the Heaths; it is Father Bob and Christy Robinson; it is Jason Carney and Anouk.

But most of all, you are my village. I have lived my whole life atop a layered foundation of support, and have yet to wake up without directly, or indirectly, feeling your emotional, physical, and financial support. Plunging ...

Rip City aka Stumptown aka Portland

A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Sep 15, 2014

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... such a sign before and found it a bit funny. It would turn out not to be funny the next morning. Back to Base Camp though. I had an awesome smores stout, complete with roasted marshmallow, and we loved their outdoor set up. It was a nice open space with reused pallets for tables and rugged wood benches/stoops for sitting. We finished our busy day with incredible pizza at Apizza Scholls on the southeast side of town. The space was clean and ...

Newport and Portland sights etc

A travel blog entry by rikelman on Aug 24, 2014

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... marina

fishermen's tuna catch (6 people caught 45 fish!)

Yaquina Bay ...

Day 4: Cottage Grove, OR to Portland, OR

A travel blog entry by greg-mary-scott on May 22, 2014

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... museum was being built, but was far from being completed. This time, it was not only completed, it held a Blackbird spy plane and a Saturn rocket. More than the planes and rockets, I was more interested in seeing the 3-D movie they were showing, called, "Jerusalem". Why they were showing a movie on Jerusalem at an aviation museum, I have no idea. But, I was glad that they did. The premise of the movie was of course, the archaeology and history of the region, ...

Mother's Day in Oregon

A travel blog entry by mountainwoman on May 11, 2014

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... Mt. Hood, which from what we could tell was the home base for 20-something, scraggly male snowboarders. Jim and Elijah has a snowball fight and we strolled the one street town, then got back in our RV and found a quite (and empty) riverside campground right next to the trail we had done. We had dinner, a game of canasta and a big campfire under the stars and a huge moon.

Now how could I ask for a better Mother’s Day?

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