Milwaukie Inn Portland South
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsMilwaukie Inn Portland South
Een prima basis hotel voor een paar overnachtingen. Redelijk schoon en de basis is aanwezig. Wel allemaal een beetje gedateerd.
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... 15 metres away on the other side of the road. This is the second time we have done this and the first time we actually paid attention and felt like complete idiots. We now know how to get back to the hotel 10 minutes faster rather than the scenic route. DUHHHHH! The high today was 37 degrees... At 7pm it was still 34! Jake went for a run and nearly died. '100 degrees that's why they call me Mrs Fahrenheittttttt....' It's soooo hot here. Wish we had a ...
... of Lost Horizon, 1981, Boris Sagal’s TV movie World War III and the 1993 film Hear No Evil.
The architecture is really amazing, the furnishings and interiors warm and inviting and the beer cold and delicious.
Welcome to Portland and... Enjoy the ride! Just make sure to have a designated driver when you need one!
P.S. I saw no ghostly images of twin little girls or “REDRUM” inscriptions at the ...
As a birthday (very early birthday) surprise my amazing hubby arranged a trip to visit my BFF in Portland, Oregon! What an a-ma-zing and unforgettable week that was.
Thank you Koda, Nico, Mark, Carina, and Claudia for such a wonderful time :D
There is no way to describe Portland, ...
... too far away to photograph, alas) and seals plus some stunning scenery. Nobody is very sure whether it was natural forces or Native Americans that caused the spruce in the picture to grow so strangely, but at 300 years old it's just a sapling compared to some of the trees we've seen.
And so to Portland........
"I beg your pardon, I didn't promise you a Rose Garden"
Which seems to be a very friendly and civilised place. I'm using ...
... WPA was to get people back to work, including artists. Merging these two, the lodge is a marvel of creative artist renderings: wooden telephone poles were intricately carved with animal shapes and used as newel posts. Even with interesting tidbits at every turn, the view of Mt Hood from the lodge stole the show.