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Wow! What a day today has turned out to be. As I update this blog from the car park in the Washington National Park in Portland, Oregon, we're we have been stationary for the last 4+ hours. But firstly, this morning we had pancakes for breakfast at the KOA, and by about 9:30ish we hit the road. We have mainly finished the majority do all the driving that we need to get done for our road trip, so today we were going to see some of the sights around Portland and then head off to ...
... can buy a day pass for $2 and we get priority seating! Passing the time, Dan and I got a quick and humorous lesson on how to use “voice command” to snap a picture on our Smart /Dumb Owner phones! It was pure entertainment as we laughed so hard tears were almost running down our legs! Remember the command word “Cheese” for further reference.
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Best Cafe - Dots Diner (the best breakfast in America)
Best Entertainment - The French Quarter
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- Make sure you go to the French Quarter on a Friday or Saturday. Spend the whole day & stay for dinner.
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... with Keith, one of the gardens more prominent managers/caretakers. After some watering and tossing tomatoes into shoeboxes, He told me of a friend in Seattle (my next stop) to whom he wanted to send some fresh tomatoes and radishes. I gave my word I would deliver said tomatoes and radishes and he offered me a place to lay my head in Portland.
Haircut, Breakfast Trout Omelette at Bridges Cafe with ...
... grassed, pathed and pedestrianized, eventually hitting the Saturday Market, which is mainly made up of handicraft and food tents. I picked up a thumb ring for $7. Been meaning to buy one of those for years and years. Further down the river I passed a guy playing an acoustic guitar whom I overhead a conversation of on the bus to the hostel. He $6is basically touring the country, travelling and playing as he goes. I gave him a buck, he gave me a CD. Shame I have nothing to ...