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... you will see many people dressed in vintage clothes. One shop in particular, Red Light Clothing Exchange is a one-of-a-kind, homegrown, retro vintage fashion emporium. It reminded me of one that I shopped at in Balmain, Sydney in the early 70's. Loved the place. Stephen had to drag me out. Eclectic, fun, different and just a great place to shop for things you've never seen. The people who live here -every kind -from young to old -all with their own sense ...
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We spent our final evening at Ross and Jess’ place - a nice little sleepover in a real bed with a bathroom just outside the door for our last night in town! What a luxury! We watched some college football and the Wheel (yesss!) with some beverages before calling it a night. We stayed for the Packer game the next day, and Ross spoiled us with breakfast. We shared an old fashioned before noon, because ...
... both for less than ten dollars. What can I say, the buskers inspired me. Bussed it back home and spent the afternoon drinking tea, writing my life changing blog, reading and generally chilling. We got in contact with Jack, who has now moved over to our side of the river. It seemed appropriate that we explore the local neighbourhood, so we invited him over for some pasta that needed eating. He came bearing a smile and a few beers to ...
... grocery store on 33rd on the other end of Alberta. All the hipster coffee places and restaurants you could ever need on Alberta and random restaurants and stuff on Killingsworth. And buses into town or down south run all the time along the 15th ave and 33rd depending on where you're heading..
When I got here yesterday I crashed for a couple of hours, then took a shower, talked a bit to the girl who lives here, and a couple who is renting the ...
... and public transportation tickets are available here at the visitor center. After purchasing tickets we boarded a light- rail train which took us through neighborhoods to the lower Southwest Waterfront Terminal. We rode the Portland Arial Tram to Oregon Health Sciences University's Kohler Pavilion where we "took in" the panoramic view of the he city from the observation deck.