Phoenix Inn Suites, Beaverton

15402 NW Cornell Road, Beaverton, Oregon, 97006, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 15402 NW Cornell Road, Beaverton, is near Forest Park, Niketown, Laserport, and Pacific Northwest Sightseeing Tours.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Phoenix Inn Suites, Beaverton

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Travel Blogs from Beaverton

Nine Waterfalls in One Day!!!

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Sep 18, 2013

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... were soaked and had to wade chest deep to get to the waterfalls. I thought that given the dry conditions it might be easier to get through the gorge, but no such luck. We weren’t prepared to get that wet, so we just headed back to the car.

Our next stop was Multnomah Falls. With two drops totaling more than 600 feet, this waterfall is amazing. Perhaps the hardest part of photographing it is getting ...

Day 16 Rental houses

A travel blog entry by retiredbeachgal on Aug 15, 2013

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This day started early as Gene, Joleen, and BL were meeting Marty (second oldest grandson) in downtown Portland for breakfast. We had a great visit and learned a bit about his new job as concierge for a property management firm. Then Joleen left for a weekend camping trip and we went looking for all ...

Poetry in Motion

A travel blog entry by stuandgail on Jun 10, 2013

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... close as it turns out. Portland is not a big city. Conviently the North Face store is also up that neck of the woods so I stuck my head in for a look.

I hit up the Pearl Bakery for lunch and enjoyed watching all the folk wander past it's big windows. The Sicilian Fig Cookies are really worth trying if you're ever passing.

Given I was North of Burnside I decided to check out the Lan Su Chinese Gardens and lucked upon a guided tour. It ...

At the Heels of A Master--For Years! Part II

A travel blog entry by sueschubert on Feb 16, 2013

... held in a military camp taught their captors the skill of paper making. This is surely one way to prevent recidivism--have a skill, teach a skill. Subsequently, the first paper manufactory was established in 794 in Baghdad and, soon, paper replaced papyrus and parchment for common use. However it didn’t ...


A travel blog entry by ness_jon on Aug 15, 2012

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... to get a sense of the flavor of Portland by seeing its many food carts/trucks in business; there definitely isn’t a shortage of food here! Our guide then took us down to the section that was notoriously known for its brothels and such sinful endeavors called “the Devil’s Triangle”. This is where we learned of the term to Shanghai someone. Apparently when British sailors came to port they would come to drink in these brothels and bars until they were ...