Banfield Value Inn

1525 NE 37th Avenue, Portland, Oregon, 97232, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located in the Grant Park area of Portland, is near J.N. (Ding) Darling National Wildlife Refuge, Spa Willamina, Grant Park, and Beverly Cleary Sculptures at Grant Park.
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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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... impressive street music scene. This was again reaffirmed when we toured the popular Saturday Market, however despite this the city does quite apparently have money and is in a state of gentrification as it has a good looking, new and clean centre. Portland is basically a pretty confusing place but it's rough around the edges atmosphere makes it feel very energetic, real and full of life which all in all makes it a very interesting place to ...

Showing restraint in Portland

A travel blog entry by kate99 on Aug 13, 2014

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... so much he can't bring himself to ask her to leave and move to California despite him finding the excessive rain depressing. Great, but where's all this rain now? At least it was a dry heat, with which I could just about cope if I walked very slowly from shady patch to shady patch with barely an inch of skin showing.

I was still battling my cold so when one of my roommates suggested a trip to Voodoo Donuts I accepted and we had ...

Portland - Posh - 138 Miles

A travel blog entry by katey252 on Jun 22, 2014

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So before we made it to Portland - I stopped off in Depoe Bay to go Whale Watching with a lady called Carrie. All good fun at a 8am in the morning, got to see a little but not much sadly as a killer whale had been in the area and they were staying close to the coast line. Then we moved onto Portland, we did pop into Lincoln City for breakfast and that was beautiful, would loved to have stayed longer. Portland is a very green city with a lot of trees on ...

Humboldt state park

A travel blog entry by caitiemac6 on Sep 25, 2013

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... slightly inland to the state park called Humboldt and our campsite for the night. This park is full of redwood pine trees, 3/4 of the worlds tallest trees are found here. And man are they huge! We could not see the top of them when we looked up, 2000 years old! We drove into the camp site, as directed by a lovely gentleman who volunteers in the park, and started setting up when we noticed a deer and its three littleys following in toe! ...

On our way to see Stu & Susan in Portland

A travel blog entry by journeyer on Jul 13, 2013

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... of office buildings, shopping and restaurants, a Target, a W Hotel and a Marriott Residence Inn, which will be our home for the next two nights. So where is that sense of place? Well, we’re definitely in the United States! We’re a business traveler in a very well appointed spacious room. And – most important – we’re comfortable so we can get a good night’s rest. And once again, the front desk staff person ...