Georgian House Bed and Breakfast
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... highway from Portland to The Dalles is Highway 30. It runs along the Columbia Gorge for about 70 miles. Construction of the Historic Columbia River Highway began in 1913, and was considered one of the greatest engineering feats of the modern age. Its engineer, Samuel C. Lancaster, worked diligently to showcase the many waterfalls and other "beauty spots" on the highway’s route through the Columbia Gorge. It is a narrow, winding, two-lane road carved from the steep hillside on ...
... home I slept easily that night!
Day 6 - Waking up refreshed it was time to say goodbye to Portland And head to the coast, Lincoln City. Jen did so well driving and we arrived safe and sound at the beach! Experiencing our first American Big Mac we was greeted by the smell of the sea and loud seagulls. Our hotel the Quality Inn has an amazing view of Devils Lake and the Pacific just a short distance away. Not just ready for the Pacific we headed to the liquor store ...
... fight our way into Andina, a “nouveau Peruvian” restaurant completely sold out on a Monday evening. The owner, a small elderly Peruvian lady tells us (over a glass of Pisco sour) that when she opened the restaurant, she would pray for customers – uncertain how even Portlanders would take to something so “foreign”. The restaurant is now so hot, she tells us that they can barely keep up with demand and now she prays for quieter evenings and a few less ...
get there with plenty of time to spare. It seems to be a thing for people to
rock up at the bus stop and just buy whatever seats are left unoccupied. So if
you’re running late, even though you’ve paid you may end up losing your seat.
One girl arrived at 10:25 with a pre-paid ticket. The bus driver and her made a
slightly shady agreement, that she could sit in the weird nook at the back as
long as she didn’t call ...
... 1914, decimating this most photographed bridge in Oregon. I have in my pocket a little bit of history---a piece of the original Benson Bridge that was handed to me as a souvenir on that reopening day. I will place it inside the box with the old photographs, and my memories will join the mementos of an earlier time when sweethearts stood in the mist on that bridge. ...