This is a great doggy daycare and boarding center. Our 2 dogs have been here many times and they always come back happy and tired. They keep our little dog and big dog separated during the playtimes since they are such different sizes and they have a little and big dog section. But they can see each other through the fence that separates them and they get to sleep in the same kennel at night, so they still get that time together. Even when one of our dogs was on medicine (not contagious), they took great care to make sure she got her pills and didn't charge extra for that. We also love the webcams. It helps to be able to see that they are having fun. The prices are also very reasonable.
Convenient, clean & if you are a rewards member they give you a yummy welcome package with lots of treats. Also - they have a collection of DVD's you can borrow for free and they have a "no kids" hour at the pool. Free Internet & Free Breakfast. This is a great place to stay.
Looking for an outdoor patio in downtown Portland? This place has one of the biggest - but you wouldn't know it from the outside. It looks just like a little hole in the wall bar, and inside it is dark and small. But in the back there is a huge patio. The only downside is that everyone out there smokes. So if you are looking for a smoke-free experience, then you have to be inside which can be pretty loud. BUT - all in all a very cool bar with GREAT happy hour until 8pm everyday!
Dr. Kenny is very pleasant and good-humored. I always feel comfortable asking her my questions and never feel like she is rushing me out of the office. I would suggest her to anyone looking for a female PCP.
Yes they have Happy Hour EVERYDAY from 4-6pm. And you can get some great deals on some delicious Tapas. Portion wise, you will want about 2 Tapas per person. You can also order additional peices (since most Tapas only have 4 pieces - and if you are sharing and have 6 people in your party, they can add additional pieces to match the amount of people in your party). However, it does get a bit crazy during happy hour and if you are looking for a more relaxing atmosphere then I would suggest waiting until after 6pm and dining on the enclosed patio. The patio has a wonderful atmosphere and can be warm and cozy even in the winter due to their heaters and the custom-made enclosure.
I got married in La Jolla in 2008 and some of my family stayed at this hotel. When we went to visit them there it was a very cute boutique style Holiday Inn. The rooms center around the pool courtyard and all have an exterior entrance off the courtyard. The hotel offers a nice breakfast and it is so close to the beach and downtown area of La Jolla at a fantastic price!