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... Bryan and I went to the Nike store. Not that it was any different than Niketown at home, but it's just one of those Portland things you have to do. The kids went to Powell Books and got some fun reading material -- thanks Adrienne and Chris!
We had a babysitter this evening and had a nice adult night out. The L'Hommedieus took us to a few of their favorite spots in the Pearl District. We had a wonderful evening with our friends. ...
... 9 or so, all brewed and they all got into it. I learned that there are 150 or so types of beer! Can you name that many? I can get like 10 tops. Haha. Anyway we all drank and had a many few beers from their personal brews which were all very delicious. Had a nice kolsch and stout. I than went home to crash with some other guests their, Jason's friends Charlie and Jenna. Now this was the nicest sleep I've had on this trip! Absolutely blissful. Best mattress ...
... to prepare "Eggs Benedict" for all of us, and we had this delicious brunch.
Around 2 p.m., we were like a little tired, so went down to the TV room, and looked at "White Christmas" with Bing Crosby ;-) A perfect movie for Christmas!
Around 5-6 p.m., Fred prepared his famous Feuerzangenbowle, see picture! When the sugar, soaked with rhum, was put on fire, the lights went out and we all sang some Christmas songs. Lights on, drink the Glühwein, delicious!
... tables, with many windows reaching to the ceiling: to have a beautiful panoramic view! Magic! We were following a real scenic road (track) all along the Columbia river, it had started to snow, the hills and the fir trees became all white, on my right, and on my left, the river. A wonderful trip!
Once in Portland, hup, backpack on my back, heading for the MAX light rail (in Europe we would call it a tram), ...
... try again.
Down tunnel number four once more, but this time I tried twice, with the same frustrating result. This did generate a fraud alert from my credit card company so I had to clear that before I took off to work for the day. When I got home I attempted to call the booking office directly and found that I could not make an international call on my phone. After 24 minutes with a nice AT&T wireless customer representative, I ...