Budget Lodge Portland
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... and the quirkiness of the angles. Nothing is quite straight. A very cool tree house. Another great thing is how dog friendly the place is. Dogs in shops just does not happen in Australia. Here they are usually welcome and the staff will even mind your dog while you try something on. That is customer service!
Got back to the hotel footsore and tired but satisfied with our purchases. A soak in the bath and bed looks very welcoming. A long day!
... some nice, unstressed time just shooting the breeze, working the jukebox and
glowing under the neon. The night ended with a walk, a bus, another walk, and
an amazing rendition (or two…) of Islands in the Stream – at least I thought so
* Peter is not this man’s real name. I doubt anyone other
than my family and close friends are going to read this blog, but I still feel
like some privacy should be held in tact for ...
... Charlotte didn’t want to. In the end it was relatively straightforward, we were biking on the main roads but the bike lanes were huge, in some places the bike lanes were bigger than the car lanes.
We dismounted after we crossed the bridge into downtown and hit the river walk. We locked the bikes up and decided to leave them here as it seemed safe, busy and easy for us to get back to. There’s some food thing on called Oregan Bites ...
... left in the book I was reading.
Good plan Peppis.
I'll never do Amtrak again that's for sure.
The last night in Minneapolis we did pizza Luces and I got to spend the morning wih A and C before leaving, with a really nice breakfast.
While in the Sisseton area we went to Fargo for red lobster and a movie, went to the big pow-wow and hung out with Cs family for 4th, and spent a lot of time watching movies, soccer and reading. The ...
My heart is elated, my heart is heavy. How can those two exist together? Portland has been my home for the past 4 years. Portland has been the place where I have discovered who I truly am as an adult (even though I still reserve the right to act like a child.)
Portland holds my friends, the job I've always dreamed of, two of my houses, the jumping-off point from which Marley and I experienced numerous adventures. Portland has been ...