The Carlton Inn
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... walk away in the blistering heat. The heat here is very claustrophobic - it feels 'close' and can be a little hard to breathe. On the way to the pizzeria, we went past Voodoo Doughnuts - a very popular tourist attraction, but the queue was huge, so we didn't bother. We also posted the second post card; I am trying to send us one in each city as a memoir :) The pizzeria was also a brewery, so after ordering our food in the quaint, ...
... day. Sharon and I took books back to library and then to Joann’s Craft place –she found some baskets to use in the RV and I found a ‘science board’ to use to make up the display of the deceased from my high school class for our reunion picnic. Back home and it is very hot. Too hot to cook so out for Mexican tonight. I went to move a hot dish for more room for wait person to put the fajitas down and jerked when touching the hot plate, ...
... off their shoes & Jon & I had no problem with our items so that was good. We just went through the metal detector & didn't have to have to go through the further screening which was nice. Once through security we located our gate. The kids then went on a few walks, & made some new friends with a couple of boys that were going onto London as well to visit family. We were able to board the plane on time & made it to Vancouver in ...
... and this is his second career.
Lunch today was at the Red Hills Market. They had sandwiches, pizza and salads. You could also order beer and wine, but we really did not need that. This market experience reminded me of the bike tour. We had a similar experience in California.
Dinner was was beer and pizza from Abby's Legendary Pizza. Pretty good actually, but not sure about legendary.
I got a much better vibe from Portland immediately than I did from Seattle. The drive there was alright, Sean did it all. Getting out of Seattle was the hardest but with all the crossings, one way systems and pedestrians. The highway was smooth sailing really, it's all one straight road. We decided to park outside of portland and get the train in to avoid parking charges ...