Portland International Guesthouse
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Best value in town, great neighbourhood. Lovely house and room. Bargain price! Amazing!
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... so it is a novel experience. Having said that we did some damage to the credit card on a few items - Icebreaker Merino tops $25 Levi Jeans $40 Columbia Rain Jacket $22 North Face Fleece $10. I certainly could have done more but have to keep in mind the baggage allowance on our flight home.
There was a great treehouse in the mall as well. It's best features are the carved details of animals, the interior staircase that winds through ...
... some old-school version of hangman. After this, we followed
our stomachs to a bar covered in neon lights with motorcycles hanging from the
ceiling. It seemed like the kind place that we might need a few more tattoos to
drink at, but they had great fries and a cheap jukebox. The bar itself
stretched down the narrow building almost 10 metres long. The boys unfortunately
had to leave for a concert after a few hours of chatting, so Seb and I ...
As Colin and Marna had come up with a plan for us we felt semi obliged to do at least some of things they had suggested and seeing as we had little else planned anyway so it made sense. The only thing we couldn't really do was the food recommendations as it would have cost us a fortune.
Colin got too pretty decent bikes out for us and was insistent that it was really easy to bike around Portland. I was a bit nervous about it but mainly because it ...
It's been a while, but here's a little update.
So I stayed in Minni an extra night at A and Cs before A and C(number 2) picked me up for a trip to Weblen where I stayed until last Saturday when they drove me up to Fargo and I stayed a night and a half at a reaaally nice Ramada Inn by the mall. In the middle of the night (3am) I then took the Amtrak from Fargo to Portland.
Stuck on a train.
With no WiFi.
And only about ...
... worrying what all I've forgotten on the list that is finally being written down.
The packing itself takes little, except that for 2 weeks, we need more entertainment and other assorted items. It's the preparation to leave the house for two weeks- buying cat food, doing cleaning and yardwork, making phone calls. While I take my work with me, there's things that need to get done now vs. later.
At some point, decisions will be made ...