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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... man. Jake opted for a Mount Hood ale (a porter). We are trying to try the local ale in each city if we can. It is smooth and 'smoky' - although it didn't taste so. I opted for an obligatory ginger ale as I am STILL on antibiotics. But I'm not complaining - it was tasty. After our drink at around 4:20, we decided to start heading back towards where we needed to get the bus; also the direction of the food carts that we're shutting ...
... anyone who is thinking of visiting, it is more impressive (if that's possible) when there is still a bit of snow around. And normally there would be some snow at this time of year except it's unseasonably warm up here at the moment. Both good and bad I guess. I took the West Rim Drive and headed north toward the 138, stopping at numerous locations along the way to take more photos (as if I needed them). After I felt I'd had my fill of the caldera I took ...
... is sunny. I am playing with a photo editor on my iPad which helps correct and improve the light and colour in the images that I take. They turn out much nicer when I have some natural sunlight to work with. I saw Mt Ranier on our way into the station at Seattle. It was beautiful, I didn't have time for a quality photo but it was another beautiful picture that will have to remain a memory in my head. ************************ I did see it agin when we arrived at ...
... always have a head wind… white caps and rolling waves on the river, people out on wind boards and now being pulled by kites on their boards… 40-50 mph for sure… but like in the past a head wind… So we really didn’t make great head way…
Bonneville Hatchery… ...
... are called a “pod”. It just so happened that they were close to our trolley drop-off place. So here’s the scoop: each trailer pays anywhere from $400-$1500 per month for their parking space which may or may not include electricity fees. On top of those expenses, add a monthly commissary rental, food costs and labor, and you'll see that running a food cart isn't a cheap endeavor. ...