Residence Inn Portland North/Vancouver
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Residence Inn Portland North/Vancouver
Travel Blogs from Vancouver
... basis with one of the waitresses who serviced their table night after night. Les gives his favorite vote to the chocolate-strawberry pie piled high with whip cream. Guess he earned this privilege after carrying his oversized tripod around daily! Six others headed back to town for dinner at Mother’s Bistro and Bar, Fodor’s choice for home style cooking and ambiance to match.
... showing up at the airport and having no clue where to go or what to do, but knowing that I am entering the unknown is the best way to prepare :) I am so glad I never gave up on my dreams because dreams really do come true..all it takes is ALOT of effort and a little bit of fate! That's all for now friends and family, I attached a few pictures of my new home, hope you are excited as I am! Wish me luck with the visa process..May 18th is the ...
... loved learning about the salmon ladders and watching them swim along with the lampreys. The power generation from the dam was very cool to learn about and share with the boys.
Next, we headed to Oneonta Gorge. This short hike was spectacular. You can see the fun pictures attached that shows us wading though water, climbing over large trees and finally reaching the beautiful waterfall.
This trip started out as an idea to have a 3 month stay in Galway Ireland, a chance for Cole and I to experience what it would be like to live abroad to see if international living was something that we really liked as we have both had a calling for it for so long. As it began to take shape it has transformed into a traveling adventure with a backpack and few set plans. We have a hotel ...
... we noticed there were others behind the police officer. We started to wonder why he wasn't behind them. I understand there has to be an end to any race, but we were walking at a 16 minute mile. That's not speed racer pace, but it's not that slow either.
As we passed the 3rd mile, the officer came up beside us to let us know we would have to walk on the sidewalk from there. He then proceeded to tell the race ...