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10:30 am we were picked up at our hotel by Fred (Nose for Wine) for ...
... us back to their house via some narrow, twisty streets up steep hills!
Can see Mt. Hood from Portland. Pretty city.
Back to cousin's home where we played Wii for the first time.
This was the only day, in 3 weeks, when we did not drive at all & our car didn't move for the day!
... the homelessness seems to almost be part of the cities culture. The city loves it's grunge/punk music and this transpires in their fashion as many people dress and look like they should be in Nirvana. As we went from bar to bar each seems to have a resident set of homeless entertainers performing outside. To paint the picture of a happy homeless population cohabiting with the city isn't strictly true as there is also an obvious ...
... enough for us, although we were really pleased that we'd done all three and set aside our uncertainty at the start of the day. We wanted to finish off by seeing a bit of modern Portland, so headed to the incredible and famous bookshop, which to be honest seemed to have as many books as the British Library! They call it a 'City of Books', and we could see why. It was brilliant, but we made sure not to get drawn in or lost, and headed on to the even trendier area of town - ...
... do it for $300. The ******* did such a good job you can hardly tell it was in a wreck. Fortunately the driver side is still pretty beat up.
A couples years back Stefanie Jansma, Stefano Primo (together known as Stef-Squared) and I did a week-long road trip around Belgium, on a mission to see how many different beers we could sample from the famous region. We collected a bottle cap from every one we tried, and were not allowed ...