Rebecca House and Bungalow Bed and Breakfast
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... horses standing guard. The policemen were more than obliging and patient with people as they had their photos taken (me included) with these magnificent animals. One was half Clydesdale/Quarter Horse, the other a Percheron. Their coats were clipped in what is known as an 'Irish' clip to keep them cool as well as appear to be a uniform. Very impressive.
We crossed the Hawthorne bridge ( one of the ? bridges in Portland) into Hawthorne District. It ...
... won 3-0, we got upgraded seats due to Husb’s bum ankle, and the chanting singing did not stop for the entire game. I think I finally have the songs out of my head after a few days but don’t want to think about it too long or I’m sure they will come back to haunt me. I’m glad we went - it was highly entertaining, but I’ll leave this on my “once a year” list if we do choose Portland.
After the game, ...
... all sorts of appropriately priced tastiness. I settled on one of the most American things in my trip so far: a grilled cheese sandwich. It was buttery and damn good, and of course came with a complimentary pickle on the side. Seb sourced a kebab and chips, and we sat in a nearby square with other eaters and listened to buskers while we ate. I made friends with a bizarrely cute dog called Peanut. He looked like an Italian greyhound, caramel ...
... all though last time I was south of Alberta on like 13 ave (now I'm a couple blocks north close to Killingsworth), and first time I was east of Alberta (by Fernhill park). I really would recommend staying with people in a house in this area of town if you haven't been to Portland before. I find that the central downtown area is a pretty soulless place to actually stay while here, even though there are pretty nice new apartments there. Hotels are very ...
... It is hard to believe the property fell into disrepair after the last family member moved from the house in 1958. The City of Portland purchased the property in 1964. The French Renaissance mansion has been restored and offers self-guided as well as guided tours. Our visit here was a delight!
Next stop was downtown ISO lunch at a food trailer! An entire city block ...