Aladdin Inn and Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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good location, clean, spacious, great value for money
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Saturday 4th Oct around lunch time we arrived in Portland and checked into the Aladdin Inn motel. The weather had shot up about 10 degrees and we got out of the car into a sauna. It was baking! We immediately got changed and wasted no time heading into town on the bus across the street.
Our first port of call was the Saturday Market, …
... about it. Anyway, the trip was smooth
and speedy. I snoozed for the majority of it and stared out at the wilderness
for the rest.
We arrived in Portland downtown and it was hot hot hot.
Apparently we arrived on the one day that they were having some freak weather
with tempratures around 95 degrees (35 in Celsius). My first impression of the
city was that it was a smaller Seattle: similarly surrounded by wilderness and
... eggs, bacon, OJ, champagne, and biscuits/gravy, etc....it was pretty good considering this restaurant prepares food solely for these boats tours and feeds 200+ people simultaneously. Harlan, of course was in a freat mood while eating and playing in the garss after brunch. Cale elate as much as I expected (mostly bacon) and we went back down the hill to load back up and head back. I have to say Cale had a great time, he was howling ...
... 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.
... Korean it makes teaching native Korean speakers more difficult, but the students get more out of the class time. I’ll be teaching 5 classes throughout the day, kids ranging from 1-8th grade. I’m sure I’ll pick up some Korean while I’m there, often times there are private Korean classes provided, if they are provided, I’m definitely going to take full advantage of that. Hopefully I’ll do better better in those classes than I did ...