The Carlton Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Wednesday evening and we are not quite halfway to the Falklands, having left Montevideo last night. We are also a long way from the argentine coast now. Calm seas and moderate winds and mostly sunny. But getting colder as we move south. Yesterday it was raining in Montevideo but we took a city tour by bus so stayed mostly dry. Nice city - feels very easygoing ...
... is sunny. I am playing with a photo editor on my iPad which helps correct and improve the light and colour in the images that I take. They turn out much nicer when I have some natural sunlight to work with. I saw Mt Ranier on our way into the station at Seattle. It was beautiful, I didn't have time for a quality photo but it was another beautiful picture that will have to remain a memory in my head. ************************ I did see it agin when we arrived at ...
... we could have a good time in Portland; the town with more microbreweries per capita than anywhere else in the world. We obviously sampled plenty of the local brew, lots of small breweries have a pub in town and you can get a 'flight' of half a dozen or so of their brews and choose your favourite. We didn't get as many as from the wineries in Osoyoos but we got our ...
... provided a spacious comfortable room for a very reasonable price.
Having rested and changed we headed south to Dayton for dinner at The Joel Palmer House. This had been rated as Restaurant of the Year and was also listed in "1000 places to go to before you die". It is in a beautiful 19th century house, built by Joel Palmer a local pioneer.. We sat outside under a veranda in the late afternoon air. A friend of Peter's, Bob Williams, from Portland, joined us. He was ...
... it in the container thing between the seats. Well, It was not there!!! There was about an hour last night that the car was not locked, but we were visible through the window. We searched through EVERYTHING, in the car and in the house and no wallet. DAMN! What can I say-it was my fault for not locking it earlier. I packed all my stuff that I had stored there before island trip to the car, said goodbyes and left. Stopped at Verizon to check if I had been ...