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It's an exciting day! Meeting Draggy for the first time as soon as I board the next flight. I'm tired, and totally sad that this part of my flight isn't first class - although there was something awesome about skipping all the queues thanks to being a 'First Class Passenger'.
The flight from Anchorage to Seattle was outrageously awesome. Dinner on a proper plate with a napkin and knife and forks!!
Fresno is my next stop!
... over to the SE Hawthorne neighborhood. I had been told this was a scene rife with hipsters but I found it to be pretty average. The street has blocks of cool and unique shops, with a nice mix of restaurants, bars, and food carts mixed in. I sat in a coffeeshop for a while in nearby Ladd’s Addition, an old neighborhood very close to Hawthorne with gorgeous restored homes, nestled in among quaint parks and rose gardens. It was the dream. ...
... both for less than ten dollars. What can I say, the buskers inspired me. Bussed it back home and spent the afternoon drinking tea, writing my life changing blog, reading and generally chilling. We got in contact with Jack, who has now moved over to our side of the river. It seemed appropriate that we explore the local neighbourhood, so we invited him over for some pasta that needed eating. He came bearing a smile and a few beers to ...
... grocery store on 33rd on the other end of Alberta. All the hipster coffee places and restaurants you could ever need on Alberta and random restaurants and stuff on Killingsworth. And buses into town or down south run all the time along the 15th ave and 33rd depending on where you're heading..
When I got here yesterday I crashed for a couple of hours, then took a shower, talked a bit to the girl who lives here, and a couple who is renting the ...
... and public transportation tickets are available here at the visitor center. After purchasing tickets we boarded a light- rail train which took us through neighborhoods to the lower Southwest Waterfront Terminal. We rode the Portland Arial Tram to Oregon Health Sciences University's Kohler Pavilion where we "took in" the panoramic view of the he city from the observation deck.