The Roaring River Bed & Breakfast
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... line but are definitely looking forward to having a car in Portland, partly because of the clientele you find on the bus and secondly not having to stand out in the cold and wait for buses to arrive. Once we arrived at a familiar station we hopped off and walked the 2 blocks to the Centre. We took a couple more photos of the space needle, it really stands out amongst the other surrounding buildings. We arrived at the Science Centre ...
... Rainbow Trout which he said was ordinary and I had the Parmesan crusted Chicken which was very nice. I ordered dessert again, I had the Apricot Charlotte and John had the chic late tart, all very ice. We had no wine this time as we had had enough drinks before dinner. We headed back to our cabin and found the cabin staff had left us a gift of travel diaries and decorated the towels in the shape of an elephant. Really lovely surprise. A good second ...
... out with about 7 dogs, but instead they had quadruple-seater strollers and crying children. One of the mothers even tried to prop up a little fella against the statue to snap a shot on her iPhone. Get out of the way woman!
Getting home from there was a bit of a hassle. The afternoon had gotten hotter, and our muscle had realised how much exercise we were trying to make them do and they were starting to rebel. Anyway, after a few wrong turns we finally ...
Our first challenge was fitting all yesterday's shopping into our suitcases. Mission accomplished with a few old clothes donated to the good will bin. Our first stop today was the Boeing factory at Everett. It was amazing and massive. I think there was something like 90 acres undercover in one building. The complex was opened in 1964 to build the new 747. Now it makes the 777 and 787 Dreamliner as well as the last ...
... roam around the campground eating and checking everything out. Fortunately, there were no roosters there to wake us up early in the morning!
Once we got settled in, we drove to the dunes. In this area, people use ATV's to ride up and down the dunes and that is what most of the people in our campground were there for. All along the road were places where ...