Portland International Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Best value in town, great neighbourhood. Lovely house and room. Bargain price! Amazing!
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Today we explored the Columbia River Gorge area. It rained off and on, but we were still able to have a fun day! We first drove about an hour East on Rt 84/30 to a town along the gorge called Hood River. We walked around, visited a few breweries, and stopped for lunch. Afterwards we headed back the way we came, but this time on the old ...
Wonderful visit with John and Cynthia. Stopped to see the Falls on the way. As Cynthia said it was too hot to cook so we ate some wonderful meals out and grazed on the leftovers. Great visits with Ryan and Marita and with Robert and Airene and Erin, Elise ...
... iphone we were soon checked in. In the vast expanse of Hong Kong airport we searched out some food, and ate (or tried to) the worst overpriced pasta you could possible fathom, and drank the most expensive beer/water that you could also imagine. Hong Kong airport may be big and slick with its three storey luxury boutiques, but cheap it was not, that’s for sure, if you are coming here, bring lots of money, and that’s advice for free! Ha ha!
So we really were ...
... t dare enter any of the shops. I have previously noticed that the locals (nor in Seattle) bothered carrying umbrellas. Something to do with the rain not being heavy enough, so why bother! I figured I didn't need one either...but then again I was walking...and today the locals DID carry umbrellas due to the HUGE rains...LOL! Lesson learnt....
Still, I managed to skim past a few trendy shop windows and spy some very wonderful art work, not ...
... seeing my family again quite soon, but it's an inexplicably difficult feeling nonetheless.
Once I pulled myself together, I took a walk around the city to see what it's like. Portland seems to have a great nightlife, and I even came across a fantastic musician who goes by the name of "Shoehorn," a tap-dancing saxophonist. Yes, he can do both at the same time. In between his playing, we spoke a bit, and it turns out he's quite a busy gigging musician, ...