BEST WESTERN Inn At The Meadows
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Inn At The Meadows Portland
Water was nasty, bathroom wasn't very clean and breakfast was gross. Other than that, beds were comfy.
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We left town on Monday at around noon as planned. Of course, we had to wait at the border for 1 hour to get my fingerprints done. You don't want to enter the US with dirty fingerprints! Well, I am in the system now and valid until the end of September.
First time ever at Trader Joe's aaaand we had lunch at Chipotles, which also was our …
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... but we didn't manage to get her name to thank her before everyone was pushing to the front to get on the train. There was mild panic when we initially refused entry as we hadn't swapped our ticket for another ticket (?!) but we ran back, got it sorted, and were soon meeting our personal car attendant (ooh yeah, first class sleeper carriage!) Gregory. Gregory was lovely; he directed us to our cabin, told us to help ourselves to the refreshments and told us he'd be with us shortly. We ...
... sharing and even that has left us grateful. All shores touch.
We are basically spoiled here. Apple pie and coffee for breakfast kind of spoiled. Or omelets and this amazing bread made in their little bread maker. Dinners are huge and delicious, and mostly Indian although Leon threatens lasagna. So would that be Australian Indian Italian? We are trying to translate leftovers for lunch but perhaps there is no such thing as leftover ...