Super 8 Portland Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Germania Düsseldorf
I was met at the airport by a friendly and efficient shuttle driver who took me to the hotel, helping me with my bags. Desk clerk was also friendly and efficient and I had soon dropped off my bags and walked to the Shari's 10 minutes away. It's close to the airport and the 205, but I really haven't heard much traffic.
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From my RV door to hotel door was slightly under 3 hours: walk to and catch bus (20 minutes), bus ride (40 minutes), transfer to MAX (10 minutes), MAX ride (1 hour 5 minutes) the rest wait for shuttle and check-in. I hadn't eaten lunch and was so exhausted, thus the Shari's so quickly. I was there just before 5 pm.
Back in my room I mostly …
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