Courtesy Inn Motel Portland

11324 N.E. Sandy Blvd., Portland, Oregon, 97220, United States
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Budget lodging

by theabsurd

Hiya all!
any ideas / experience for budget lodging? I'm checking out cottages, guesthouses and hostels. Looking for recommendations - likes and dislikes and daily/weekly rates. looking for $40ish and under/ night for 2 people. Cheers!

RE: Budget lodging

by cachaseiro

there are 2 HI hostels in portland.
i have stayed at the one in hawthorne and found it very cosy and friendly.

RE: Budget lodging

by cachaseiro

here is the webadress of the hostel:

www.portlandhostel.org

RE: Budget lodging

by brotherleelove

AYH Hostelling International: Portland-Northwest District

1818 NW Glisan St
Portland, OR 97209

(503) 241-2783

RE: Budget lodging

by IncogNeat-0

Dear Abby:

Both PDX IYH's are well situated. Two three day limits, the last time I checked, equal 6 days. Additional details on my Portland page.

Are you in a hurry? I spotted a third (independent) guest house a few days ago near NW 23rd Avenue, or was it 21st? I made a mental note, then lost the note. Sorry. I may be in the neighborhood again sometime in the next week or two, but can not make a deffinite promise.

RE: RE: Budget lodging

by theabsurd

thanks. I checked it out and it looks neat...but, we'd have to switch rooms 3 times during our stay. they put me on a waiting list. we'll see what happens.

RE: RE: Budget lodging

by theabsurd

that response was to cachaseiro

Re: Budget lodging

by ambera101

i am relocating to portland next month and staying at a private residence/bed+breakfast type of lodging for a bit, which is either 33 or 37 a night: www.rosesrooms.com

Re: Budget lodging

by IncogNeat-0

Amber - Best budget tip yet. Congrats, and welcome.

Travel Tips for Portland

Go to see the Oregon Zoo,...

by descoba

Go to see the Oregon Zoo, OMSI, The Grotto, Downtown Portland, The Pittock Mansion... The usual tourist attractions. In the spring time Portland goes all out and has a big festival called The Rose Festival. http://www.rosefestival.org/ There is a carnival on the waterfront and an airshow and balloon races and an auto race. They invite ships mostly from the us military and its quite an event when the Rose Festival Fleet comes in.
Also for the kids is a Milk Carton Boat Races. Lots of fun... I love the weather. Its almost never too hot or too cold. Summers get up to average upper 80'sF and winters average 30's.F It rains here quite often but it makes our state very green.

Books, books, books, books and more books!

by TashieKitten

You should go to Powell's Bookstore. It is one city block and several stories high. There are new and used books and you can always pick one up and take it to the coffee shop and read it while at the store. You can find it at
1005 W Burnside St. at about 10th or 11th Avenue.

Sidewalk Horse Rings

by glabah

When concrete sidewalks and curbs first came to Portland, metal rings were inserted into the new concrete curbs for the convenience of the public. These rings were used to tie horses to while the rider or wagon driver went about their business.

In the years when automobiles first started to be seen in Portland (and made too - Benson made 3 autos here in 1904 before turning to other ventures) the city started to remove these rings.

Some residents made considerable protest about this. What would people who had to have horses tie their horses too if these rings were removed? Why, in some cases developers were even building streets with no horse tie rings at all!!! Where was the milk wagon to tie its horse in such places?

Thus, in true Portland tradition, due to citizen protest it became tradition to retain these horse tie rings when possible.

These days, they are simply for decoration, but at one time they served as a vital tie point for horses "parked" at the curb and waiting for their rider or cart driver.

Over the past two years, an art project called the "Portland Horse Project" has endeavored to tie toy horses to these rings.

The Portland Trailblazers.

by crazyk

The Portland Trailblazers have now had a major resurgence in the NBA, they have completely revamped their roster through smart draft picks and the subtraction of certain questionable players. The next ten years will be one of the best in this franchise's history, so tickets have and will be hard to come by, so ordering ahead of time for certain games is a must.

More info on Forest Park

by Aradiapdx

As mentioned previously, Forest Park is the largest forested city park in the US....and it is amazingly easy to get to from downtown.

The easiest entrance (and I think one of the simplest trails) is Lower Macleay. The entrance is at 29th and Vaughn in NW Portland (you can take the #15 bus right from downtown and ask the bus driver to drop you off there). Take the stairs going down from the overpass and you are there.... Lower Macleay has a branch off onto the Wildwood Trail, otherwise you can go up through upper Macleay and when it meets the road cross it and access more trails. In it's entirety Forest park has over 70 miles of trails! :)

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