Comfy Inn

Address: 8355 N. Interstate Ave., Portland, Oregon, 97217, United States | Inn
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This inn, located in the North Portland Neighborhood Services area of Portland, is near Peninsula Park and Rose Gardens, Ainsworth State Park, East Delta Park, and Delta Sports Complex.
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Travel Blogs from Portland

Drive to the North West Coast

A travel blog entry by nevans07 on Sep 05, 2014

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... and it roots stem from Basque immigrants so the food matches the history. After enjoying a few sangrias we headed to a few surprisingly busy bars where we enjoyed the atmosphere for a good few hours. A surprisingly fun place! We then had another long drive the next morning to Portland where we arrived early evening. Portland is a really odd place. It by far has the largest homeless population within a city I have ever seen however at the ...

Day 3

A travel blog entry by jgambezi on Aug 24, 2014

Finally in Portland. Forgot to mention I stopped for gas yesterday. And today. Both at ARCOs. Gas is expensive. Dropped almost $100. Not much else to say. Portland is gorgeous. Just gonna leave you with a quote for the rest of my time before I hit ...

Showing restraint in Portland

A travel blog entry by kate99 on Aug 13, 2014

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... Park is over here, about a twenty five minute walk away, the shops and restaurants are mainly on these two streets, Powell's bookstore is here, and the Farmers' Market is held here every Saturday under this bridge.

Now, a couple of interesting things there. One, a place exists called Voodoo Doughnuts (which sells the funkiest and most unusually named - old dirty ******* doughnut, anyone? - doughnuts I've ever come across) ...

Secrets of Portlandia

A travel blog entry by louiseandblake on Jul 01, 2014

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... it would have been known as Boston, Oregon.
2. Portland is known as 'Stumptown'.
3. Foodies heaven. There are over 700 foodcart vendors in Portland.
4.Portland has more microbreweries than any other city in the world.
5. At 2.5 feet in diameter, Portland has the smallest park within city limits in this country- Mill End Park.

The tour went for about 2 hours so by the time it had finished lunch had rolled ...

Arizona, Utah, Idaho, Washington and Oregon

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jun 01, 2014

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... asparagus and some peas—I love both raw! Back home to go through my suitcases and get organized, but did not find the stamps! Will buy some more tomorrow. Had Tomato Bisque soup for dinner and it was delicious – from Costco. The cats are not sure of me—and Posie would not eat her dinner! I’m sure she will tomorrow! It is cold out – and hope it gets better soon as the Rose Festival is coming very soon. ...

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