The Nines, Portland
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... It is hard to believe the property fell into disrepair after the last family member moved from the house in 1958. The City of Portland purchased the property in 1964. The French Renaissance mansion has been restored and offers self-guided as well as guided tours. Our visit here was a delight!
Next stop was downtown ISO lunch at a food trailer! An entire city block ...
... the trip but need them now.
We are in Portland for a few days. Gary sees his doctor here on Monday and then we will head to Seattle to see Nathan and Kiley and then go on home to Bellingham. We spent a day in Eugene where Gary took me to the dive bar he used to hang out in when he was in college here. Had some cider and popcorn. Hit Costco and Trader Joe to stock up on food for the last leg of our trip. Will go visit downtown Portland tomorrow and then hit Fabric Depot- ...
... Flynn’s freshman spanish class, which I failed with flying colors.
How are you going to teach without teaching experience?
The school that I’m teaching at strongly encourages you to teach directly from the book, many of the lesson plans are already constructed, so planning is a breeze. Although I would like to be creative in my lesson planning, I think not having to worry about planning will be beneficial for a first ...
... have changed or moved on. My friendships have shifted a bit and friends have moved home after college, I am living back in my hometown of which I haven't lived in for about 4 years, my parents have moved out of my childhood home to the countryside. I am suffering from a wounded heart since a potential love interest and also my best friend moved on while I was in China and is dating someone new. I think about him everyday but we just aren't in the right ...
... garden near the University of Oregon, in downtown Portland. We then headed across the Columbia River to the east side of town to see the New Seasons Market, which has made great efforts towards stormwater reduction. Their rainwater garden had a sculpture worked into its process (a nice aesthetic touch) and the swales along the main street and in the parking lot were plentiful and well landscaped. After my visits to Boston, Chicago and Seattle, I found ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Nines, Portland
From the art adorning the public spaces, stylish and soft linens, city center locale, to the incredible staff, this hotel is truly done to the nines! Every staff member we encountered was friendly and helpful. It's a beautiful hotel with all kinds of luxurious touches! It's whimsical and stylish without being stuffy. The location is very convenient too. It's situated kitty corner to Pioneer Square which is a central hub for the Max going in every direction! I loved this hotel! Will definitely stay here again! Also, it's a member of Starwood Resorts, so you get points for your stay as well. Another bonus is that both restaurants (Urban Farmer and Departure) are delicious and hip!
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