Oakwood At The Louisa

Address: 123 Nw 12th Ave, Portland, Oregon, 97209, United States | Hotel
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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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Travel Blogs from Portland

4 countries in 4 days....

A travel blog entry by dandalessandro on Apr 19, 2015

2 comments, 54 photos

... it really was like we imagined it to be. Lots of islands, densely populated, tall buildings reaching up, twinkling on the ground far from our plane up on high. On the ground things were busy, but never chaotic. Hong Kong airport is a mammoth of an airport, IT IS HUGE and the biggest we have ever been to, but everything seems to work, everyone is polite, its efficient and everything is very well ordered and clean. On the streets, despite the high volumes of people no one knocks or jostles ...

Will It Ever Stop...The Rain That Is!

A travel blog entry by wwh69 on Jan 17, 2015

... t dare enter any of the shops. I have previously noticed that the locals (nor in Seattle) bothered carrying umbrellas. Something to do with the rain not being heavy enough, so why bother! I figured I didn't need one either...but then again I was walking...and today the locals DID carry umbrellas due to the HUGE rains...LOL! Lesson learnt....

Still, I managed to skim past a few trendy shop windows and spy some very wonderful art work, not ...

Unwinding in Portland

A travel blog entry by slough on Sep 22, 2014

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... their cabin in Gov't Camp. I haven't lived in Oregon in quite a while and I forgot how big the slugs can get.
On Saturday, Greta and I went to a concert down by the river. We saw the Violent Femmes and Tears for Fears. A total 80's throwback.
Last stop was Sisters, OR to see my brother and his family. It was a great trip to Oregon.

The City of Roses

A travel blog entry by htimsnahtan on Sep 05, 2014

17 photos

... excitement we had getting lost in the heart of downtown, the hearty conversations we had with our hosts, or the variety of ethic food carts we ravished. Our ride into Portland was rigerous, to say the least. We made it into Todd's breaking 9 PM, even after taking an early start that morning. Todd wasn't joking when he said he lived on the side of a mammoth hill... The labyrinth of turns up the seemingly vertical stone streets were easy to navigate at night ...

Day Eight: Zoo Times

A travel blog entry by aeway on Aug 12, 2014

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... mother, she used to come up to the glass when a human mother and child
were there, and she would present her baby as if to say “Yeah, nice, but mine’s
better.” No doubt.

The low point of the zoo was how crowded with children it
was. Go figure, it’s a zoo. Some were cute, but not enough, and many were made
more annoying by their annoying parents who were just rushing them through
everything, or complaining and ...