Days Inn & Suites Vancouver
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and Rita Liu.
Had Dinner at Desuthes beer. Tried Elk and Bison meat for the first time. They were amazing burgers!
Next day visited Multnomah Falls. It was nice. Portland is scenic and drive was good. Went to visit the Vista house at the end. It had a great view.
... our guide handled it really well. But I did think a punch up was going to occur. The thing about Portland is it is a lovely city, it really reminds me of Melbourne in how it looks, just quieter. But there are so many homeless and drug affected people on the streets it is becoming an epidemic. They are everywhere!
I had a late lunch since I bought a Voodoo doughnut called the dirt donut which was white icing with crushed oreo pieces all over the top. It ...
... bye-byes in a camp-site two miles from the freeway. The prospect of camping in a remote woodland area was greeted fearfully by some. Coming from northern Europe where the largest animal that could interrupt your camp might be a fox or badger, it was disconcerting to know that in America we have entered the realm of bears and wolves.
Thankfully, a peaceful night’s sleep was had by all and the following day ...
... de rigeur in many societies, as they still are today.
Dick and I have never traveled to Egypt, unfortunately, however archeological research indicates that henna was used in Ancient Egypt to stain the fingers and toes of Pharaohs prior ...
... the rain let up (he claims this was for me but behind is manly facade I think he was a little uneasy as well). Once the rain let up, we continued on our way. I swear I felt I was on the Backlot Tour in Disney when they simulate a flood!
An hour later…and we were pulling up to our apartment complex. Everything seemed familiar since we visited only a few months ...