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... salary is in Iceland. I didn't ask any of the bartenders, wait staff. They have very high taxes but there do seem to be some good benefits of those taxes. Homeless were near non-existent in the city (we did see a couple drunks by a closed shop one night). Not sure if this is due to government programs or low population.
I think the USA should look at what works and what doesn't in other countries and try some of those same programs here.
... crossed his path. Perhaps his wife had been beset with all manner of plagues too. After breakfast we took the Tri Met MAX (rail system) into the downtown core. This is where the silver lining of not camping became evident. Congestion is a real issue here with parking hard to find and at a premium. Had we stayed at Champoeg State Park we would have had a 30 minute drive into the city (which we observed yesterday as being a crawl punctuated with moments of ...
... We arrived over the Bay Bridge and were expecting beautiful night line views of the city, however the entire city was inundated with thick fog. So nothing could be seen. We dropped off Victoria, and I told Dylan to take me to the nearest park. Albert, being the generous guy he is; said he'd have none of it too, and that I could stay with him. So Albert, Dylan and myself all drove to Albert's friends house where Albert than inquired to his friend if ...
... 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), ...