Americas Best Value Inn & Suites - Portland Airport
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... and the roads in Seattle were by far the dumbest to navigate.
The GPS got us turned around and we couldn't find parking anywhere so we just headed to Portland.
We ate dinner at Rouge Brewery and it was yummmmmmyyyyyyyyy! We all loved Portland, especially the Pearl District. I wish we could have stayed longer but we really needed to hit the road early the next morning.
Tuesday we headed to ...
Sunday, time for sightseeing after spending Saturday at the conference. Bev and Stan drove me out to the Cascades stopping for photos along the way. The photos do a much better job than I could ever attempt to describe. Really stunning scenery. We climbed to the top of the Multnomah falls which was a long slog up a steep hill with a total ...
... would meet me there and I would follow her up the hill and park in Dave and Pam’s driveway.
Now I need to explain about uphill and downhill according to this foreigner and visitor to Portland. Wherever you are going is either in one direction or the other and not on roads that follow any kind of logical design, leading me to believe that the grid was either laid out by the guy who designs mazes for rats to run in or it is modeled after ...
... the same beer twice...no matter how good they were. At the end of a week we had just under 100 happily-procured caps. As a beer-lover, Belgium won a place in my heart (and undoubtedly in my liver), and it makes coming to America a little sad. But to my joyous discovery, it turns out that my newly minted home (drivers license to prove it), Portland is in serious competition with Belgium. They have a thriving craft-beer industry ...
... to limit what I get for the kids as well!
Lavinia heads over to a kids clothing store – and is also like a kid in a candy store. Prices are so much better than in Australia, and in Oregon, no sales tax!
After spending several hours looking at Lego, clothes and wandering around the shopping centre, we head over to some of the factory outlet stores nearby, while Belinda takes her kids home. We end ...