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Monthly Archives: March 2014

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Museums, zoo, biking — plenty to do in Portland

3 days in Portland from the Travel section of the Boston Globe

Portland sign with red-nosed deer. Photos by Torsten Kjellstrand/2011

“This city of charming neighborhoods reflects the values of its hip young residents, especially its thriving community of active, outdoorsy, progressive families. It has more than 370 miles of bike paths and lanes, an easy-to-use light rail and streetcar system, preserved historic buildings and ones constructed from reclaimed materials, and a close connection to its green spaces and to all things quirky and weird.”

“Portland has 200 parks within city limits, including Mill Ends Park, which Guinness Records proclaimed the world’s smallest dedicated park at 24 inches in diameter (Forest Park ranks as the city’s largest at 5,156 acres).”

“Everything from the science museum to brewpubs to independently owned shops caters to kids, offering special play areas and nooks for little ones. And whether your children are tots or teens, you will find plenty to do.”

“Here are some of our top picks” …

Link to Article in Boston Globe

Link to More Photos from Article

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Ture Portland: Kells Irish Pub Smoker

Portland’s surreal St. Patrick’s Day boxing match


“Cheers, shouts and billows of cigar smoke wafted through the warm streets of Portland Friday night. They all came from Kells, one of the city’s premier Irish pubs, but even if you stood in front if their ornate downtown building you might not know what exactly was going on. …”

Read full article in the Oregonian

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March is Dining Month in Portland

3-Course Meals for $29

In addition to being a great time to eat your way around the city, a donation is made to the Oregon Food Bank with each online reservation made using the link to the left. Plus, spin the Wheel of Deliciousness on Downtown Portland’s Facebook page for help choosing a restaurant and enter to win dinner for a year!

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Special offer for Guests of the Lion and the Rose


Guests who purchase a set of Comphy Sheets during their stay or in the 30 days after their stay, will receive a Gift Coupon for 50% off a future 1-night stay at the Lion and the Rose.

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True Portland – Behind the Scenes at the Pittock Mansion

Our friend David gave us a special tour of the basement and attic

Today’s Electric Panel

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Original Electric Panel

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Original Furnace (Saw Dust & Coal)

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 A Central Vacuum System in 1915 (who knew?)

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The Most Expensive Neighborhoods in Portland

Courtesy of the Peggy Hoag Group and the Portland Business Journal

#1 Lake Oswego 97034

$644,726 Average Sales Price

#2 Nob Hill 97210

$559,548 Average Sales Price

#3 Irvington/Grant Park 97212

$525,417 Average Sales Price

#4 Sylvan/Bridlemile 97221

$524,698 Average Sales Price

#5 Portland Heights/Downtown 97201

$484,632 Average Sales Price

#6 Goose Hollow 97205

$481,524 Average Sales Price

#7 SW Hills 97239

$481,524 Average Sales Price

#8 Pearl District 97209

$433,625 Average Sales Price

#9 West Linn 97068

$430,509 Average Sales Price

#10 Forest Heights 97229

$429,395 Average Sales Price

#11 Ladds Addition/Hawthorne 97214

$427,494 Average Sales Price

#12 Raleigh Hills 97225

$420,459 Average Sales Price

#13 Forest Park 97231

$410,299 Average Sales Price

#14 Laurelhurst 97232

$408,233 Average Sales Price

#15 Lake Oswego 97035

$392,114 Average Sales Price