Milwaukie Inn Portland South
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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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... stopped at a gorge and horsetail falls. We continued on to the Bridge of the Gods at Cascade Locks. A big steel bridge over the Columbia River. Our next important sight to see was Mount Hood. You follow the road right around the base, so we had many spots to stop and take pictures of our first glimpses of snow. We had a good stop at the Timberline Resort, where we were right amongst the ski field. The snow is ...
... Portland and took a free two hour walking tour. Portland is a strange place .... the city's slogan is 'keep Portland weird'. Here's are a few reasons why: Pioneers brought land in Oregon for a quarter. They had to set about clearing all the trees but didn't bother to clear the stumps hence the nickname 'stump town'. They then to flipped a coin to decide whether to call the new city Portland ...
... tracks and following all the Timbers fans. It was quite funny looking at everyone waiting at the other train stops because they had no idea why the train wasn’t coming. After getting to the game and meeting Sai there, we sat down just in time for kickoff. It was a tight game until the closing minutes, as the Los Angeles Galaxy scored in the stoppage time period, and then ...
... for a bit, while I chill out – keeping up with the kids has been a long tiring day, and I’m trying to figure out where they are getting the energy from. A quick stop at a shop on the way home, and we enjoy a nice family dinner again tonight – our last family dinner for a while! We’re going to miss this! Aidan and Ella have school tomorrow, so we need to make this an early one. Back to the motel, and off to ...
... conversation with the staff currently present – and they can actually remember the blast when it happened as well. I cannot imagine what it must have been like at the time.
We take the opportunity for a rest stop for a bit, and the staff are helpful enough to bring up the webcam at the observatory at the top of the road we are following – and you can see nothing because of the clouds. Oh well, at least ...