BEST WESTERN Wilsonville Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... said we needed to be ready to leave by 1pm! I finished my ironing, dressed and at 12:30 we were headed north about 45 minutes for a birthday party for Anita’s 50 year old GRANDSON! A nice place in the country and 30+ people. A GREAT meal - the very best baked beans, potato salad and BBQ ribs! Plus many other dishes. She said this was first beans and potato salads she had ever made! Excellent!! We arrived back home after 6. Phil called almost immediately. ...
... times. As we head back, we keep in contact via our phones again, and arrange to stop in at the Multnomah Falls, as we figure there will not be as many people there anymore. We are also a bit further away from the actual falls, so it’s easier to find a place to park. Eight years ago we wandered around more and walked up to the bridge between the dual falls, but this time we stay near the base, as it is after 6pm already!
... a family of turkeys and multiple birds of pray soaring high above. So peaceful. Come morning we headed for a walk through the giant redwoods, only to follow a path through a boring grass field, so took to the road where we were surrounded by the giants, our necks were hurting by the time we made it back to the car from all the looking up! As we drove out of the park and back to the highway we stopped at a few special spots; the tall tree, ...
... a couple walked up and we asked them to take one of those classic photos of people holding hands and trying to wrap themselves around a tree. Later in the day at a café in town, who walks in but this couple! We invite them to join us and then we find out that they’re brother and sister also on a road trip, looking for a place to spread their parents’ ashes. And – they are staying at our same hotel! There seemed to be ...
... They had never seen it, let alone run through it, slipped over on it and thrown it. They had a blast. This was at Elk Rock Lookout. The view was superb. We also stopped at Coldwater Lake. And as we drove back to the highway, we saw a herd of big deer (about a dozen big-bummed creatures). Then we got to the I-5 and into Portland. A motel bed and Macca's for dinner. The hotel was a big comedown after the Mayflower, but ...