Red Lion Hotel on the River - Jantzen Beach
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRed Lion Hotel on the River - Jantzen Beach Portland
The kids had fun in the evening in the swimming pool.
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... were pouring in to the place and it filled up in seconds and it wasn't hard to see why. The views were unbelievable! We missed out on a window seat so sat up at a table right by the piano and ordered some cocktails. So the locals we were with, Harley and Kara and Lindsay and Will, we were all chatting away for ages and I was saying how I want to live and work in America for a while and Lindsay was saying how she would love to live and work in Australia... ...
... other amazing landmarks throughout. I've driven through pastures and plains, cities and one-horse towns, mountains and canyons alike. I've had cheese in Wisconsin, potatoes in Idaho, and some great brews throughout the country. I've had sunshine, heavy wind, lightning storms, and hail. I hiked the Tetons and Chicago's Magnificent Mile; I toured Yellowstone and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Some of you would probably ask what the highlight of this journey was. ...
I'd planned to road trip up to Alaska by car, inspired by some sweet pictures I saw of cars converted into sleeping campers. I'd pictured a mobile vision quest - a meaningful Karouac/London journey, camping in the safe shell of a CRV in the wilderness. I even bought a bear box.
My gifted woodworking friend Mollie helped (let me help her (offered to take a picture of me "helping") ) me build a sturdy bed frame in the back of the car - now ...
... to Andy in Portland, we set off on a nice long ride through the heart of Portland, down and along the river and back again. This ride allowed us to see other aspects of the city that you wouldn’t normally see without bike transportation and someone in the know - thanks Evan. We did not realise that Portland has something like 17 bridges - damn!
... you, in an attempt to get the food. After doing all the animal chores, we split up and did different tasks in the barn, before lunch. I was in control of cleaning the kitchen upstairs and doing some dishes. For lunch, we used turkey, and made whatever we wanted out of it. I made turkey tacos, which were quite delicious. After lunch, we went straight ...