Americas Best Value Inn & Suites - Portland Airport
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... work, and didn't move for about thirty minutes, at all. We tried to kill time by requesting songs on Ozzy's Boneyard Sirius XM radio, which didn't work, none of our songs were played.
The ride was so mountainous that at one time, both my ears got clogged, then ONLY one ear popped, and there was severe pain in the other ear, and it's still clogged. I tried gum, but that just made me sick, and ...
... of drinking the tap water (apparently Vancouver’s in the best in the world due to the glacier) and after cleaning up and filling our bellies we laid down for a broken nights sleep, night time temperatures and chills, plus the jet lag playing havoc with our sleep patterns…..we may be tired, but not yet broken J
We’ve had a day or so in Vancouver, but have not really achieved that much. I caught a virus from the plane, the bloody sneezing crew are to blame ...
Well, we might fly to Buenos Aires via Peru, or we might go thru Mexico City as planned or we might just stay in the SFO airport waiting like the guy in that movie where he spent months in an airport the location of which I don't remember right now. And, as for luggage, it may get there as planned along with us or it may be flying all over South America ...
... that Jay! Woops! All went smoothly and fairly quickly. We relaxed at the Cornerstone Cafe while the shop worked on the wheel bearings, and we were on our way to Rip City with just a couple hour delay.
We had arranged to stay in a stranger’s driveway that we found on airbnb. We found the house quickly on the northeast side of the city and shockingly also set up quickly. The driveway was extremely narrow, pretty steep, and the ...
... flying down the river on a boat powered by 3 6.0 engines we soon forgot hotlw hot it was. Our driver was funny, a little cheesy, but funny none the less. We saw a couple osprey, a deer, and a gorgeous bald eagle (Justin was pretty stoked about that). As we cruised along Harlan was becoming more and more fussy... I remembered at this time that he woke 4am the day before 5 today and has had 0 naps....uh oh! The driver spun us around in ...