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... Helens where we would spend the night. We went to Bonneville Dam this morning, and we could see an awesome dam on the Columbia river, as well as a fish ladder they've built for the salmon to get upstream through the dam wall. From here we went to see Multnomah falls. It's was awesome to see such a neat water fall. Then we went drove to the Washington national park in Portland, Oregon were we were going to check out the park. We were just trying to pull into a parking ...
... prompt rail system! Too bad us Texans can't give up our multiple vehicles and consider traveling this way. One transfer later we arrived at the Portland Aerial Tram. Its main purpose is to carry people between Health & Science Oregon University (perched high on a hill) and the south waterfront area. It isn’t even cost prohibitive at $2 per person to ride up and free to come down. The view is ...
... Stockyards National Historic District
- Make sure you go to Fort Worth on a Friday or Saturday to attend a Rodeo. Biggest regret is missing out on this, might have to go back!
New Mexico - Roswell
- We only visited Roswell & I personally thought it was worth it. Even if you don't believe in Ufos or aliens, that town is an experience. Visit the Roswell UFO Museum.
- The Grand Canyon is the Grand ...
Iceland is definitely worth a quick trip, especially with the IcelandAir special deals. Just be aware that once you're there it's very expensive. Even the British that I met thought it was pricey. If I go back, the exchange rate would have to get better, it would be in summer and I'd be there Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights for the nightlife on those days. The nightlife, and pretty girls that go out, was one of the highlights of the trip.
... ride to Cellar Door Coffee Roasters and across the river to the Rose Garden. Witnessed the Oldest Rose planted in the garden (circa 1943, planted by the Duchess HERSELF, which one I'm not sure). Explored the Japanese Garden and will continue writing on that experience once I have my journal in front of me.
One of the future nurses led me on an incredible tour of OHSU's campus and
Monday Night Dinner Club (a ...