Chestnut Tree Inn Portland Mall 205
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- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Portland
... located in a historic lodge building on the Historic Edgefield complex in Troutdale near the entrance to the Gorge. We then revel in a leisurely drive up the Historic Columbia River Highway where we stopped at many pull offs and enjoyed hikes to several waterfalls, into deep woods trails and other attractions.
I hope you enjoy the pictures and another one of my waterfall videos. We really love waterfalls!
Enjoy the ride!
... Much to the delight of the boys it was right next door to a large high school that had soccer fields, a baseball field and: a basketball court!!
Over the next few days, when the weather was good and there was time, the boys played Bball on the court, sometimes against some of the locals, sometimes against a tall, very rusty Dutchman.
The following days were spend exploring Portland, a bit of shopping, eating at the food trucks and ...
... trucks, and put 500 miles on our rented Cmax (hybrid). We ran 2 miles both ways to see Lake Trillium with the enormous Mt. Hood behind it. Driving around with Brian was the greatest adventure I could have dreamed of. Even though I'm pretty sure he had the flu, he was an amazing travel buddy. ...
Today we wanted to explore the city and surrounds by foot. Portland is not a large city and very easy to get around. The architecture of some of the older buildings is simply stunning. The US National Bank occupies a whole city block and is modelled after a classic Roman temple. A stunning building, both inside and out, it was completed in 1916 and the facade remains unchanged to this day. Corinthian columns, carved bronze entrance doors and a huge ...
... achilles tendon, causing a bit of blood and a lot of pain. Fortunately, all cars stopped abruptly behind us, and Erik was able to keep himself from flying over his handlebars. This would certainly dampen the rest of our time in Portland for Erik, as he was stuck icing his elevated ankle in the Scamp for most of the day the following three days.
Meanwhile, I tried to do as much sightseeing as I could. Portland was definitely a city we wanted ...