Ace Hotel Portland
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Clean and tidy nice little room on the 2nd floor
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03/20/17 12:30 pm entering the town Portland. It seems huge compared to my normal dwelling in Calgary. At about 4:00 pm we went to an arcade. I got the second best high score on Indiana Jones pin ball game. But sadly it closed at 4:45. After that we walked up park road to get to the Rogue Brewery. We played three games of Battleship my mum beat me …
Day One of our week long course arrives and ten eager beavers assemble outside for a minibus ride to the Bullseye factory.
Portland is divided into the four quadrants of the compass and the factory is in the SW corner. It is a thirty minute peak hour drive from the NW across the River.
Our NW quarter is also known as the Alphabet district. Streets are numbered First, Second, Third in one direction and named with ...
... parking is provided near the local school. We park and take a short hike up a steep driveway to a fantastic view overlooking the Columbia River and behold the Goonies House!
Our next stop was the town of Seaside. There are some great beaches here. The mountains edging up to the water and the mist hanging on the cliffs provide an amazing viewscape. The downtown area is definitely geared up for tourists.
... around 12:45pm. We had a quick bite and showered and then was off to Washington Mall to do some shopping. Gosh, there were so many things to do. We got our pre-paid SIM card from T-Mobile - we got the weekly plan, which was $10/week with 1Gb of data per week plus a $3/month usage for 30mins if talk-time and SMS. So, I got a 3 week plan. That would be better than the $40/month plan with 1Gb of data. We headed to Hollister followed by ...
... ago, I got the chance to open my own salon and I went for it. So, leaving for a year was no longer reasonable. I then thought about how many appointments my client could miss with me before moving on. One-three appointments was realistic. So, three months seemed like the longest I could be gone and be able to come back to my business without losing too much. My goal was to be gone as long as possible and be able to somehow, seamlessly return to my life. Lofty goal but, ...