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A nice lazy start to the day. Mel sounds and feels better. The bites are better too but still a torment when they flare up. Still, "better" is gold right now. I am not hungover from last night's mini-binge. A binge that I won't apologize for (and now needn't regret!). We were, in fact, so settled in and comfy that we nearly missed the complimentary …
... pulling a heavy suitcase up a huge flight of stairs!
Since I arrived late, I just got something easy to eat and then relaxed watching Netflix on my computer.
The next day I decided to go on the free walking tour that had good reviews on tripadvisor. It was an excellent tour! Since I didn’t really know Portland very well and really had no real idea of what to do in the city, this seemed like a great option that allowed me to see a lot in a ...
Hey! We're in Portland! A day early. And not staying in the tent trailer. Interest piqued? Well let me spin you a yarn... We had a rough sleep last night. Mel hacked (but sounded better for it) and Penny had a voracious appetite throughout the wee hours. Somewhere in the distance a rave was happening. Thump, thump, hack, hack. We didn't start to stir until around 9:00am and both Mel and I looked like the living dead. The kids of course were brimming with ...
... with pork, biscuits & gravy, eggs, brats, bagels, cream cheese and lox, beans, potatoes, pancakes with pulled pork, and more! Washed down with the two complimentary beer while listening to live jazz, we were stuffed and buzzed before we'd barely began our day!
The well-fed brunchers, us included, wearing their logo t-shirts, then followed the Transendental Jazz Band through the streets of downtown Portland ...
... state capitol building. The governor's office was open on a Sunday because they were having a bill signing that day. They said, "Come on in." So we did.
The Observatory site we visited at Mount St. Helen's (the third icon) was literally right next to the volcano. Denny and I so remember that day back on May 18, 1980. The day the volcano erupted. To stand in its shadow was sobering. Most of ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
Free breakfast till 9. Tiny pool but it's close to the Max (train system).
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.