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... we lost all power to the RV and became stuck in the middle of the car park. We couldn't move forward or backward as it said that the brakes were engaged, but no matter what we tried,nothing worked. So whilst Anson tried to sort it out, Rachel and I took Kaya to the children's museum that was near the car park. We had an absolute blast inside, were we could visit a play vet and care for the animals, play with a heap of water activities, do some play shopping, and so much ...
... from the aerial tram. Once we got to the hospital, we walked out on an open air porch and it was spectacular with its sculpture pieces and a panoramic unobstructed view. What a restful serene place if one is hospitalized or just visiting.
Back on the trolley and meeting the rest of the group at the block of food trailers somewhere in the Pearl district … grouped together ...
... is huge & worth visiting. Next time I would plan a hike.
- Vegas doesn't really require a plan, take it as it comes. But definitely go to a live show & take as much money as you can afford to part with to gamble.
- I'd recommend going to the top of the Stratosphere Tower at night to see the view (if you stay at the Hotel it's free for guests).
Best Restaurant - Mexican tie between Super Sergio's ...
... is very little crime in Iceland. You can literally leave an iPad or purse sitting on a table, go to the bathroom and come back and it will still be there. Murders are almost unheard of. I have to wonder what they think of American tv (and America) with all the violence and crime. And also for me what it would be like to live somewhere with so little crime. I think it would be nice...
With the high cost of living, I wonder what ...
... of chefs and foodies): The best Beets I've ever experienced.
Brushed my teeth and flossed twice. It was time to go ride the tram up to OHSU. 4$ round-trip. A micro-community of physicians, medical students, patient's families and hospital administrators. High-fives and good conversations, setting up tables for the Medical School Farmer's Market, and back down to meet I-5 North to Seattle.