Staybridge Suites Vancouver - Portland Area

7301 N. E. 41st Street, Vancouver, Washington, 98662, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 7301 N. E. 41st Street, Vancouver, is near McLoughlin House, Water Resources Education Center, Gifford Pinchot National Forest, and The Academy.
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    Travel Blogs from Vancouver

    Government Shutdown changes our plans

    A travel blog entry by brytorlyn on Oct 05, 2013

    5 photos

    ... br> We get up around 9 and decide to walk to Pike Place market to have breakfast. We had researched a little crumpet shop that was at the market and we decided to eat there. The shop has been in operation for over 35 years and serves organic crumpets with all kinds of toppings, from traditional honey and jams to eggs and meat. Lyndsey chose a simple ...

    Life goes on while your in China.

    A travel blog entry by aprilinchina on Sep 25, 2013

    1 comment, 40 photos

    ... of my life to be different. I am determined to have this and not succumb to the alternative.....stay tuned, I will be getting real creative soon as my bank account dwindles.......haha.


    (Thank you for reading and thank you to everyone who has been there for me since my return (and while I was away!) your support and friendship has not gone unnoticed and has kept me afloat during a time where I am sinking, you are my life vests! )





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

    A travel blog entry by sueschubert on Feb 16, 2013

    ... crafts-men and -women produced their first and subsequent paintings weren’t readily available for centuries. Consequently it was mandatory that they possess an intimate knowledge of the processes required to produce the best materials or perhaps find a source via the old trade routes, such as the Silk Route. ...

    Portlandia

    A travel blog entry by ness_jon on Aug 15, 2012

    16 photos

    ... of an intersection and is only 24 inches in diameter; it was apparently created by a writer named Dick Fagan who got tired of looking at an empty hole in the middle of the street (that was supposed to be for a streetlamp) and decided to plant flowers. He then created this story of a leprechaun who lived there and the people flocked to the place! He continued the story for years and they gather for leprechaun festivals at this itty bitty park in the middle of the street. We were ...

    A Green City

    A travel blog entry by vagrant_reality on May 07, 2012

    25 photos

    ... in common, even down to not enjoying shopping for shoes.

    Alice was the kind of British person who constantly reminded Ann of Mary Poppins; Ann even commented on the fact that apparently Alice had an umbrella in her bag. She seemed delicate and yet strong, social but at the same time independent and carried herself with the sort of graceful dignity you'd expect of the British stereotype. Like Megan she'd laugh at people who were socially awkward ...