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Use the scooter in the street, as intended by the manufacturers. Too scared to adjust to the street, and too morally conscious to insist on navigating the busy sidewalk, I stopped at the end of the block, parked the scooter, and closed my session. Many cities are already infested with scooters. New York is going to follow , though not in Manhattan, and the city was just blessed with the Revel moped rideshare app. There are benefits. A few hours after my aborted trial, I decamped to a quieter, bourgeois stretch of L. With no cars on the street, I glided along the asphalt carefree; when a car did appear, I turned onto the unoccupied sidewalks, slowing down only to avoid a crack.
Through the week, whenever I found myself in a relatively quieter area, I freely used the Lime and Lyft which offers scooters in participating cities, in addition to cars apps to find a nearby ride, so that I might cruise along. Still, the clutter. During my inaugural, three-minute ride, I became convinced I was either going to kill myself by veering off the sidewalk at an unmanageable speed, or kill someone else by veering into them.
Accidents and accidental deaths have already happened. Scooters are pitched as a disruption of the car economy, as well as the activity of, uh, walking. Their popularity may also force some hard conversations about how we design cities, and who we design them for, as some smart writers have pointed out. Maybe better bike lanes, too! The scooters say not to do it; the app says not to do it; still, people do it. They got nasty looks, but still they kept going.
The pointed abdication of civic responsibility — to abide by either the established social or legal norms of a shared space, in order to maximize pleasure for everyone — is hardly unique to scooter users, but the rapid adoption of the technology will make for an awkward learning curve. Scooters ask the user to actively consider how much of a social inconvenience they want to be; how much they want to force other people to walk carefully, lest a speeding scooter nudge into them, or step to the side when they see one approaching.
Around people, I eventually concluded that they were a scourge, both on the street and the sidewalk. They take me where I want to go, faster than I thought was possible when just on foot. United States. Vacation Rentals in Portland. Places to stay in Portland. The lower level was designed as a guest suite for visiting family members with a sitting room, bedroom, private bath, mini-decks, and endless views. Check insta account saulzaiktreehouse for more pics. Located in the SW hills, abutting the Marquam Nature. Less than three miles from downtown Portland.
The entire lower level was designed as a guest suite for visiting relatives it includes a bedroom with queen bed, private bath, sitting room designed for lounging with comfy long sofa and long low coffee table for placing ones feet or coffee upon, mini-decks, and shared laundry room. The Treehouse abuts the acre Marquam Nature Park with seven miles of trails for hiking or running. The highest point in Portland, Council Crest Park is a quick one mile trail hike.
Saul Zaik Treehouse! Cozy cob cottage next to lg. Gentle, curving space made from sand, straw, water and earth. Featured in multiple international publications. The floor is also earthen clay with added radiant heat. Beautiful natural light. It's truly a magical place.
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The Cob Cottage is an earthen structure, hand sculpted from water, sand, straw, and clay earth. It is a cozy and intimate space, featuring a double bed, wicker armchair, an ottoman, and a fold out luggage rack.
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The bed has a memory foam topper for added comfort. It also has a Dutch door, so you can open the top part for additional ventilation. The earthen clay floor is radiant heated. We also provide a space heater if additional heat is needed. In the warmer months, air-conditioning is available.
The bathroom for the cottage is in the main house, about 40 steps to the back door.
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It is not inside the Cob cottage. These spaces are shared with 2 Airbnb rooms in the house. If you find the bathroom occupied, there is a second full bathroom available upstairs on the second floor. We are located in a sweet older neighborhood in inner SE Portland, built around the turn of the century. Earthen Cob Cottage near large pond. You will be one block from Woodlawn Park, 2 blocks from a bus and a 5 minute drive from the Alberta Shopping and Arts District.
It's all so comfortably close by, but not close enough to disturb your relaxing, sweet retreat. Come have it all while living small in this tiny, artsy home away from home! This space was built as a Model T Garage in behind a bungalow but it has had a face lift and has taken on a new life as a cozy, warm freestanding studio made mostly from reclaimed materials. A "tiny house" if you will, sweetly positioned between fruit trees and a garden sitting area.
The sleeping loft comfortably sleeps two and there is a futon below the loft where one can enjoy a book while the other naps above. Occasionally you will hear the trains in the distance which adds a touch of nostalgia and you get to wake to the relaxing clucking and cooing of the neighborhood hens as this area has a nice spattering of urban farms and lots of mature trees. The table pictured here has been replaced with a "garden shed" counter that houses a small, removable basin sink.
There is also a rustic, rough hewn armoire to hang clothes and tuck away your backpacks. The little kitchenette corner is stocked with utensils, a two burner cooktop, a mini fridge, a microwave, coffee and a coffee press. The studio's setup is more akin to a cabin, and as many cabins go, there is no bathroom. You will be given a key to the main house so please feel comfortable enough to come in and use the facilities. By the way, it is insulated, well heated, and stocked with plenty of blankets so it is a wonderful, warm hideaway in the fall and winter months as well.
Yep, snuggly wifi too. The yard is plentiful with flowers and fruit bearing trees figs and delicious yellow plums in the summertime, as well as an array of veggies in the gardens where you can sit amongst the trees and regroup after a hard day at Powells Books. It's within a 5 minute walk from the heart of Woodlawn which has some fantastic spots to shop, drink, dance, and dine: -Firehouse Restaurant, somewhat romantic with good service -Woodlawn Coffee House, for plenty of people watching -Breakside Brewery, to grab a bite and catch up on the game -Grand Army Tavern, have some pork with your Then come "home" to your quieter retreat where you can just relax and lay in the hammock And as the area is well surrounded by beautiful, mature trees, you may decide to enjoy dinner in the love seat swing under the pergola and watch the evening sky.
It is a wonderful theatre for watching small bats do their sky routine in the distance. Flying in? This spot is only 10 minutes from the airport. And while in Portland, you may want some wheels! Well, this location is very close to Zipcars and you can sign up with them or Car2go on their sites in advance of your stay. Check out Turo or Getaround to grab a vehicle to tool But if you want to explore the city on two wheels, Everybody Bike Rentals or Ebikes electric bike rentals are the spots to hit first 10 min.
They provide helmets and locks too! It is larger and complete with a private entry and bathroom. Just ask me!
Parking is close and the livin' is pretty easy. So please get that profile completed, then contact me and come kick up your heels and stay a while! Please read the description, house rules and post a pic of you in your profile beforehand just so that everyone is on the same page.
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Much appreciated. With just the right amount of space for two, this studio has everything that makes a house feel like a home: a fireplace, a full kitchen, King Memory foam Bed, oak floors, handmade furniture, cable tv with HBO, and a private entrance. This studio is a welcoming space in the center of an historic neighborhood that offers a unique perspective on the city of Portland. Ask me for in-depth info on where to go and what to see in the Irvington neighborhood, the Alberta Arts District, and other parts of Northeast Portland!
But adventure can be tiring, and the studio offers ample opportunity to put your feet up. Portland can get nippy at night, and a real wood fireplace, stocked with firewood from locally harvested and dried urban hardwood trees, is the perfect way to warm up and feel at home. The kitchen comes fully stocked with the essentials for cooking a real meal, and the bathroom always has towels, soap and shampoo.
The space is located on the first floor of a large home, which was converted to an eight-plex in the s to adapt to the demands of WWII. The Irvington neighborhood, now only a ten minute bike ride from downtown, was once a trolley-car suburb to the just-fully-developed West side. Designated a historic district by the National Register of Historic Places in , Irvington is filled with early 20th century homes that have been preserved in their original states. Irvington has become a livable hub of Northeast Portland as a whole, with shops and restaurants of all kinds, within walking distance, surrounding the neighborhood.
Irvington proper boasts more than a few community and culinary destinations of its own. Where Bali meets Portland. Come relax in this newly, beautifully designed, private mixed use accommodation. Just five short blocks from Portland's hip N Williams district. A rooftop deck. I have a total of five rooms, each listed separately in this unique mixed-use building where I also live and work.
You will enter just past the Ned Ludd front patio via a private, secure, gated entrance off of MLK at NE Failing street and follow the stairway up to the second level.
http://erp.ramlimited.com/this-is-what-the-jews.php This is the larger of the three rooms. Your private room comes with a window, a wall-mounted flatscreen t. New restaurants, shops, boutiques and businesses are popping up all over. Whether you are looking for a place to lay your head for the night while you get out and explore during the day, or you are just looking for a place you can hole up and relax, we've got you covered.
The options and amenities you will find here in your little oasis in NEPO are plentiful.
Our stunning guest house has everything you need! Escape to the forests of Mt Tabor, just a minute walk! Enjoy privacy- guesthouse is at the back of property The loft is located in our backyard in Southeast Portland. While we are only steps away if you need us, the space is very private. In fact, guests report that they forget they are in the middle of the city when they stay in our space! We live in a desirable and fun neighborhood, and parking can be tight!
Guests usually find parking within a block or two of our house. At night or during busy times of the day, parking can be found within two short blocks. We do not have a TV in the guesthouse, but offer excellent wifi access. Our neighborhood has everything you will need, mostly within a five-minute walk!
And if you want to visit a different part of the city, there is convenient public transportation around the corner. Tabor Park. If you're into yoga, there's an awesome space Yoga Union around the corner. Cozy bedroom with warm, lively colors. This house was featured in Portlandia's season in the hilarious "Rent-It-Out," sketch!
Perfect for relaxing after a day of exploring Portland and NOT for a home-stay or work-from-home stay. We have a toddler and are in and out of the house from 8am-8pm. Quiet hours are 10pm-7am and are truly quiet. I am pleased and excited to announce that this house has been graced by none other than Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein of Portlandia for a sketch entitled "Rent-It-Out! Private room with Queen size bed in my home near Alberta Arts district. Surrounded by gardens and artistic works, this home is a gallery and gathering space for special events such as concerts, yoga classes, art openings and other happenings.
This is the Cully neighborhood with large, sprawling lots full of gardens and mature trees and walking distance to all of the art, food and music you desire on Portland's famous Alberta Street. Near major bus lines and MAX, this town is known for it's simple and efficient public transportation. The bedroom is spacious with about sq. My land mates are respectful and we are a peaceful, creative bunch. During your stay, you may encounter a weekly public Raga singing class on Monday nights by donation! The house has many common spaces to enjoy such as the living room, front porch and garden in the front yard.
Here you can expect a peaceful, relaxing stay or getaway. The house is clean, tidy, bright and welcoming. Currently I am showing ceramics, photographs and paintings. More to come! I am a ceramic artist and have works on display. The pictured baby grand piano is used by Portland vocalist Jonathan Brinkley to teach voice lessons from time to time.