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Ukuqasha kokuvakasha e-Portland

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Izindawo eziqashwayo zeholide ezinconywa kakhulu e- Portland

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Casa Chica PDX
UMBUNGAZI OVELELE
I-i-guesthouse ephelele · Izivakashi ezingu- 2 · umbhede ongu-1 · Igumbi lokugezela elilodwa

Casa Chica PDXA mini house in the Rose City Park neighborhood of the City of Roses that will make you feel right at home. Casa Chica is full of natural light, and a short walk away from Portland-caliber coffee, a local brewery, wood-fired pizza, bagels made fresh daily, a Mom n' Pop wine shop, an independent movie theater, two beautiful parks, groceries, and the best Vietnamese food in Portland (in our opinion). Follow us on Instagram for more photos, tips, and info: @casachicapdx

PDX Hawthorne
I-i-loft ephelele · Izivakashi ezingu- 2 · imibhede engu-0 · Igumbi lokugezela elilodwa

PDX HawthorneThis is a very special loft in the heart of historical Hawthorn district. Walking distance to some of Portland’s best restaurants cafés bookstores pubs thrift shops distilleries, movie house pizza sushi burgers vegetarian including Hawthorne Asylum. Neighboring Grand Central bakery and The Jam. Visit the legendary McMenamins Barley Mill Tavern just a 15 minutes walk or take the bus or rent a scooter or a bike right around the corner Conveniently located 15 minutes away from downtown PDX

Studio 47 w/ private entry & patio--dogs allowed
UMBUNGAZI OVELELE
I-ikamelo lezivakashi ephelele · Izivakashi ezingu- 2 · umbhede ongu-1 · Igumbi lokugezela elilodwa

Studio 47 w/ private entry & patio--dogs allowedStudio style master bedroom with separate entry, private bathroom, patio & dedicated parking space. Kitchenette is stocked with microwave, mini-fridge, hot plate, Keurig, and many other essentials (see photos). Spa-like oversized shower. Roku enabled TV. In-room heater, overhead fan, & window A/C unit (in summer) allow you to adjust the temperature to your comfort level. Private patio lets you to relax in PNW style. Walkable to groceries & restaurants. One dog allowed & basic amenities provided.

Izindawo eziqashwayo zeholide ezifanela sonke isitayela

Thola ubungako bendawo obukwenele.

  • Amakhaya
  • Amahhotela
  • Izindawo zokuhlala eziyingqayizivele

Amasevisi athandwayo ase- Portland ezindawo eziqashwayo zeholide

  • Ikhishi
  • I-Wifi
  • Indawo yokubhukuda
  • Ukupaka mahhala ngaphakathi endaweni
  • Umshini womoya oqandisayo

Ezinye izindawo ezinhle eziqashwayo zeholide e- Portland

UMBUNGAZI OVELELE
  1. I-i-guesthouse ephelele
  2. Portland
✦ Luxe-Glam Garden Cottage in Central PDX ✦
U-R1,487 ZAR ubusuku ngabunye
  1. I-ikhaya eliyindawo yokuhlala ephelele
  2. Portland
Stylish Open Studio | Mins to ❤ of Portland
U-R852 ZAR ubusuku ngabunye
UMBUNGAZI OVELELE
  1. I-ikamelo lezivakashi ephelele
  2. Portland
The Bee House
U-R1,195 ZAR ubusuku ngabunye
UMBUNGAZI OVELELE
  1. I-i-loft ephelele
  2. Portland
Ash Street Loft- Urban chic, walk to downtown
U-R1,263 ZAR ubusuku ngabunye
UMBUNGAZI OVELELE
  1. I-ikamelo lezivakashi ephelele
  2. Portland
Mississippi SkyNest
U-R1,147 ZAR ubusuku ngabunye
  1. I-iyunithi yokuqasha ephelele
  2. Portland
Modern and Hip Apartment in Eliot Neighborhood
U-R1,095 ZAR ubusuku ngabunye
  1. I-i-bungalow ephelele
  2. Portland
Peaceful house close to Alberta Arts District
U-R1,452 ZAR ubusuku ngabunye
UMBUNGAZI OVELELE
  1. I-iyunithi yokuqasha ephelele
  2. Portland
Spacious Restored Craftsmen - Craft Beer & Coffee
U-R1,294 ZAR ubusuku ngabunye
PLUS
  1. Indlu encane
  2. Portland
Handcrafted Blue Door Micro-Loft in Hip and Arty Location
U-R1,531 ZAR ubusuku ngabunye
UMBUNGAZI OVELELE
  1. I-ikhaya eliyindawo yokuhlala ephelele
  2. Portland
Cedar House in North Portland
U-R1,016 ZAR ubusuku ngabunye
UMBUNGAZI OVELELE
  1. I-i-guesthouse ephelele
  2. Portland
Sun-filled Detached Studio in Trendy SE Portland!
U-R1,276 ZAR ubusuku ngabunye
  1. I-ikamelo lezivakashi ephelele
  2. Portland
Terwilliger Place
U-R1,263 ZAR ubusuku ngabunye

Izinto ezihamba phambili ongazenza e-Portland

Okuyingqayizivele okwenziwayo okubungazwa ochwepheshe bendawo okuhlolwe ikhwalithi

  • Portland's Underground Donut Tour
    On this tour, you'll join me as we explore the city and food culture through the medium of donuts. You'll learn history of Portland, each donut location, how they fit into the larger food scene, as well as try some amazing donuts. We start near the PSU campus where we begin at Sesame Donuts and try some of their amazing sesame donuts as well as many others. We then take a nice walk through central Portland over to Fills Donuts to sample some of their daily specials. Their menu changes often. From there, it's off to NOLA Doughnuts where we'll sample beignets and some of the best chocolate donuts you've ever had. We'll finish the tour at Voodoo Doughnuts, where you can even skip the line (sometimes a 30-60 minute ordeal). We hope you can join us! Other things to note Currently, many of these shops do not have gluten free or dairy free donuts available. We will try to accommodate allergies, but it has been difficult recently. We still welcome you to come on the tour though.
    Kusuka ku- Inani:R436 / umuntu
  • Three waterfalls tour including Multnomah Falls and Vista
    Meet downtown and head to the Columbia Gorge to enjoy 3 amazing waterfalls. All of the waterfalls are located in the Columbia Gorge which is about 30 mins outside of Portland. Each of the hikes will be about a mile or less. We will have the opportunity to get as close as you like to the falls and learn about this amazing part of the world. This experience is appropriate for all fitness levels. Other things to note It might be a good idea to bring some shoes with decent traction but it's not absolutely necessary.
    Kusuka ku- Inani:R828 / umuntu
  • Bike Around Portland to Culture and Art
    Beautiful bikes, beautiful rides, and all our neighborhood secrets. On our tours we'll smell roses, taste treats, ride across bridges, and along rivers; it's the best way to experience the diversity of culture, art, poetry, nature, parks and neighborhoods in Portland. Our approach is to spend more time riding, but lots of time stopping at gardens, art installations, sculptures and poetry beaches. We start in the inner Eastside at our shop at 833 SE Main St #120, where we will fit you for a bike and helmet, ready for a 6-10 mile ride. We head out into Ladd’s Addition, to our fave rose garden, into an art-heavy industrial district, across the sexy Tilikum Bridge, and onto Portland's waterfront. We’ll ride along the water before we head over another bridge back to our shop! Portland is not just a city of seamless bicycle infrastructure and friendly relations between cyclists and motorists, but also a city of poets. Literally, figuratively, our bike ride is a poem; a series of poems; to our city. We'll read poetry written on murals, in sidewalks, and carved in rocks. There is, too, the whirling poetry of wheels on pavement, the sweet suspension of effort that is cycling on the streets and pathways in this place we love. Portland mornings are cool -- bring layers! It rains often in Portland; rain jackets are wise. Minimal bike experience is ok; none, is not.
    Kusuka ku- Inani:R654 / umuntu
  • Bike & taste through Eastside food carts
    At our shop location in the thriving SE industrial district, you'll be fitted for a bike and helmet before heading out on a culinary experience through some of the more than 60 food cart pods in Portland. You will sample favorites spanning a range from Oregon farm-to-table delights, to snacks appropriate for late-night cravings. Your guide will learn about your food preferences and the group will visit the real deal: the first permanent food cart pod anywhere. It's the beginning of a neighborhood ride of 8-12 miles (13-19 km) to three of our favorite food cart pods, as we unfold the fascinating (and only told by us!) tale of how Portland came to be the epicenter of the food cart craze. After the story, the group will bike up a gentle hill to the Hawthorne neighborhood, part of Portland's hometown story: the heart of all that's delicious, funky, and hippie, a thoroughfare with a street food soul! You will ride into the city's foodie history (going back over a century!) and stop at a special coffee food cart made in a unique vehicle. Here you and the group will get a caffeinated beverage, if you like, to begin the day. Your guide will select food for the group to sample at each pod, with an option for you to purchase beer or dessert, and some stops that tell a bit more to the food cart story. We'll return to the shop at the end of our ride, full of street food and fun. Other things to note Portland mornings are cool -- bring layers! We have raingear to borrow; or (Sept - June) bring your favorite rainjacket. We wear everyday clothes to ride our bikes, but it's easier in comfortable footwear, with no long skirts or wide legged pants. Minimal bike experience is ok; none, is not.
    Kusuka ku- Inani:R1,089 / umuntu
  • Multnomah Zen, a Gorge waterfall hike
    Multnomah Falls and other waterfalls and vistas of the Columbia Gorge are astonishing icons of geology, the sort that have inspired mythology and lore of warriors, gods and passions in every world culture. Meet the tallest waterfall in the state, and a few of the shorter but even more stunning ones, too; falls which could only be the daughters and sons of legend. In this half-day experience, we will explore wonders in our customizable small-group, half-day experience with short hikes (up to 3 miles/5 km) and visits to overlooks and vistas that will have you gasping in awe. While Multnomah Falls and its iconic Benson Bridge are together the most-visited tourist attraction in the Portland area, they are only a part of our experience. We will meet at our shop in inner SE Portland, where we'll ride in our Mercedes Sprinter vans to the nearby gorge. Depending on weather conditions, we could visit a few small hidden waterfalls or spectacular plunge-style falls whose columnar basalt has us learning words for "amazing" in other languages. We'll also tell you stories, geology, botany and oft-repeated tales of pioneers and road-builders, but also the old stories we've learned, of gods and wild spirits and about the oldest North American civilization, forever altered by “manifest destiny." Please note we book directly as well as through AirBNB, and your group may be up to 10.
    Kusuka ku- Inani:R944 / umuntu

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