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I will only host international travelers. No requests from USA residents/citizens, please! Our 1910 home has 2 guest bedrooms and a second bathroom. The nearest bus line is only 3 blocks away and gives you a straight shot into downtown Portland. There are also many good restaurants and shops within walking distance from our home. There's something to do for everyone here in Portland, and we would enjoy helping you locate activities that fit in with your vacationing style. We're in the process of digging out our basement (well, my husband is doing the digging, not me!), so things are pretty dusty right now, but should be back to normal by October. I wanted to list our home right away; because, if you're like me, you'll be trying to locate accommodations months in advance. Portland, "The City of Roses", is about 1 1/2 hours east of the Pacific Ocean and about 1 hour west of snow-capped Mt. Hood. A half hour drive brings you to the entrance of the Columbia River Gorge, which is rich with marvelous scenery, including many waterfalls (Multnomah Falls is the most famous of these, but not my favorite) and Bonneville Dam, where you can visit a pond full of giant sturgeon year-round and watch the migration of salmon through the fish ladders, heading upstream to spawn (in season). We can see the active volcano--Mt. St. Helens--from Portland too.
I live in the Alberta neighborhood in the near-NE of Portland, and comfortably close to the fareless lightrail lines and three frequent buslines ( <10 minutes away from the I-5 highway, too) My partner, Zobeyda, and I love our quirky and sunlit walkup and this place really makes playing house that much more fun! We both enjoy relaxed-yet-inspired lives, myself a chef and she a stylist/moonlight-bartender. I have an intelligent and well-mannered kitten (damn cute, too) and a 30 gallon tank of various chinese fish for pseudo-flatmates as well. (We don't smoke, and ask that guests don't either.) Considering the free public transit is so conveniently close and the wonder of bicycle technology, our car is mainly used for trips to the coast and the local hot springs and such. Social people, surely, we appreciate our home space enough that visits by friends are comfortably frequent but planned, and parties at the house amount to cocktails and hors d'oeuvres (with good live music, if we invite some of our musician friends). Portland is full of wonderful things every time of year and we run around town nearly every chance we get! The couch in question is comfortable to sleep on and, though the season wouldn't call for it, we have plenty of extra blankets, etc. to make it even more so... (roughly: 6' x 3' x 4'?)
Hola So I live downtown (well, uptown actually) and I heard about this site from an amazing friend. I've done my share of traveling and am now attempting to keep my feet on the ground to prevent my head from spinning more than ever. This seems like a good way to meet intetesting individuals. I have trouble relating to those who don't travel or have never left there "home towns", even if it's a big city. These indie rock hipsters I see everywhere would look terribly awkward in a natural setting. Anyways, I have a studio appartment. Not much space. A night or two is the most preferable situation. I have a lot of good music and think we could have a great time. I prefer the company of females. Nothing sleazy it's just a preferance. Yes, I am a male (I guess) . Someone who can take care of thereself would be nice. I'm open minded so don't let that scare you if you have some traveler stank going on, I mean, I know how that goes and you can always use my shower. So if you resonate with any of this we can talk more................Just so you know I am very interesting and can be a handfull. Yet I can remain very polite and hospitable. Take care regardless and happy travels. Someone has to do it.
We have a double futon that is in a semi-private loft space and out of the flow of apartment traffic, so you have some room to spread out. I live with 2 other recent grads and it is a large 2 bed/1 bath apt. The location is in SE portland in the heart of the belmont/hawthorne district. Its probably the best neighborhood for backpackers visiting portland to stay. Shops, coffee houses, and resturants are less than 1 block away. Neighboorhood is safe and great to explore and there are lots of activities going on everyday, especially in the summer. (Like pick-up soccer and free vegan community potluck at the park twice a week) Downtown is very close by...just three stops on the bus. The bus stop is 25 feet from the from and buses come every 7minutes -15 minutes depending on the time of day. I"ve lived 2+ years overseas, but i've been grounded due to my current job and would love to meet some new people
I glady offer a futon (sleeps 2), blankets, pillow's and the likes in my living room. I live by myself in a fairly large one bedroom apartment in NW Portland. I have a cat, so if you have allergies I'm sorry.
I live about a block away from 21st, where a lot of shops, bars, and restaurants are located. It's an awesome location and very safe, even at night. (But then again most of Portland is pretty docile compared to other major cities)
You're more than welcome to use the kitchen but I generally don't have much food so bring what you like to eat/cook. I'm not a vegetarian or anything so meat is okay, although I rarely cook/eat it.
I'm located a block from a bus that runs downtown Portland as well as maybe a little over a quarter of a mile to the MAX (the train that runs downtown and all over PDX and some suburbs) Our public transportation system is awesome I might add.
I am Gretchen,a mature but fun, progressive, political, female artist and treasure hunter,recently transplanted from the San Francisco Bay Area to Portland, Oregon. I have a Live/Work Art Studio space on the NE side, very close to bus's and the MAX (Portland's Metro). I am able to accommodate 2 people on futons, Tabbaco smoking outside only, joints ok inside. I don't drink but don't care if you do, within reason. I ask that you clean up after yourself and clean up what you cook. I am a great cook and am usually good for a meal or 2. If you are into hiking, the amazing Oregon Coast, Hot Springs (lots nearby), Art, Music, Dancing, Film etc... I am too, and can show you around a bit or give you directions and I have maps. I'm into house trades too. Portland has amazing Public Transportation and a great music scene! I speak english and a little spanish. Safe Journey!!
Hi there, I live in a messy house with a bunch of people in SE Portland. Upon my arrival here I met someone through this site who helped me and I am looking to return the favor. I might be able to put you up on the couch for a couple of days. We are walking/biking distance to everything, near busses..... Kind of loud house sometimes. Keep this in mind. We are artists, food servers, skaters.... cant really say who will be around when you are here. I sell vintage clothing and art for a living- as well as whatever other junk I can come accross and make a few dollars with- antiques, books, etc.... We are all in our low in our 20s and I and one other are 31 and 30 years old. Tell me what you are looking for and send a pic if you can- I might be able to help for a few days or even split rent for a short term thing in my cave of a bedroom.
We have an extra double bed and a double bed matress for the floor so we could accommodate 2 to 4 guests. Our house is in a suburb 16 miles from Portland and walking distance to the light rail train and city buses that can get you anywhere in the metro area you would like to go. We are also walking distance from the small downtown area of Hillsboro which offers shopping (lots of antique stores) and, in summer, a farmer's market on Saturday morning and Tuesday evenings. Here are two websites to visit: http://www.el.com/to/oregon/ http://www.traveloregon.com/ ALSO- we have a family cabin on the Wilson river in the coast range which sleeps eight. It has a deck overlooking the river and is a thirty minute drive to the gorgeous beaches of the Oregon coast. This would be a great home base for a variety of day trips on the Oregon Coast.
Aloha! I have recently moved back to Portland. I'm no longer in Ashland, sorry. But the GOOD NEWS is that my girlfriend and I share a place, so we have a whole room available now instead of my previous "spare bed only" in Ashland. I'm right on the MAX line (above ground subway). MAX goes to the airport, downtown, and beyond. If you're tidy, we'll get along just fine. You buy your meals (we've got snacky stuff, though). I know the city better than a lot of people, and I'm proud of my town, so ask away. We'd love to grab a pint at one of the MANY brew pubs, hit an art gallery, take in a show... whatever if you like, but if you're a self starter with things planned, that's fine as well. Very sorry, as there is simply not enough room for families. Singles or Couples only. ALOHA! Jay P.S. Always bring a rain coat!
Beautiful guest room with comfortable double bed in medium sized 3 bedroom home four miles from downtown Portland. We are on a hill and our home is accessed by about 20 steps. We have great views of Mt. Hood and Mt. St. Helens and are close to Mt. Tabor Park in southeast section of town. There is a nice garden during the summer months. Easy access via bus to downtown and elsewhere. Home is about a mile from the light rail line that connects to the airport and downtown. We can provide simple breakfasts for our guests and use of the kitchen and other home amenities can be arranged. We ask that guests clean up after themselves. Our primary interest is in hosting international visitors. We would also prefer guests who are close to our ages, but would consider a personal and specific request from anyone.
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