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... around most of the buildings where you would commonly see people having to climb fifteen foot ladders to cross a road. Ladies in those huge vintage hooped dresses would struggle to climb the ladders as men would gaze up their knickers from the street below. The moat like space eventually had a footpath built across its top leaving many underground passage ways. These were lit by the sunlight as it shone through small glass tiles built into the footpath to provide light below. We ...
... day here with a promise of 72 degrees.
Sitting on the deck in the morning, soaking up the sun while enjoying our coffee neither one of us could get motivated to pack up and leave so instead we enjoyed the morning and then took a leisurely bike ride on the Sammamish River Trail just over the hill from home.
... of my prior travels. We'll be in Cappadocia and Istanbul, in which I visited in 2010. But, they are spectacular sites and I'll be visiting at a different time of year (May last time, and November this time), so hopefully I will see some new things.
Much of this trip is along the Silk Road. There are several routes the make up this road. Last summer, I was in X'ian which is the eastern part of the ...
... now though. I was getting antsy in the car. How am I going to survive a 10 hour flight?! Along the way we stopped at a bakery called black diamond bakery in black diamond. My mom told me her and her ex husband used to go there all of the time when my brothers were younger. She says they have the BEST bread ever. We will have to test that theory out! After checking into our hotel we decided ...
Will we be saying goodbye to sunshine? It is always a question on my mind when I head home from a weather perfect trip and this has truly been a weather perfect trip.
From Hood River we continue east, crossing the Columbia River at Biggs with parting shots of Oregon's Mt. Hood. The high cliffs of the gorge have given way to gentle rolling tan-colored hills ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking