Search Bar

Social Media

Text Space

our trip part I


This is where we stayed for the first three nights. We had a great view of part of the city, as well as this giant black and white viking/mermaid/monster mural on our room wall.

Jeremiah was pretty happy to have Stumptown next door to the hotel lobby, it's one of his favorite roasters.

I loved this little Scandinavian shop. Mia (sorry if I spelled your name wrong!) was this sweet, lovely Swede who gave us several tips on places to see and eat, as well as great conversations about design and travel. Sorry I forgot to get a picture of her!

Behind our hotel was a whole city block of food carts. I wanted to try everything but we ended up sharing a bratwurst since we already had lunch plans that we didn't want to cancel.


  1. Wow- what amazing pictures and looks like a fab break. That shop looks to die for! Jx

  2. The picture with Roxie in the baby carriage is so cute!! <3 Looks that you have had a really nice time there :) hugs

  3. portland looks great. wonderful photos!

    xo, Anna of (green gable)

  4. your trip looks so fun! i have yet to explore this part of portland (and my family lives there!)

  5. Looks great, I love little hotels like that where every room is a bit different!

  6. love the images from your trip. especially the first where we get a little hint of gorgeous YOU!

  7. so excited to see your pics! can't wait to see more. :)

  8. loove these photos, jennifer! looks like an amazing trip. you are beautiful!

  9. Looks like a great trip! A nice photos indeed :) I showed a couple of your Ace hotel-images, with links back to you off course. Please let me know if you´re not ok with that... Have a great weekend! Lena.

  10. How did you like the Ace Hotel, I'm thinking of booking here for our trip?


Thank you for your comments, I love hearing from you!
Questions, comments or sponsorship inquires, please contact me via the 'contact' link.


Theme by Blog Milk