Candlewood Suites - Portland Airport
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... pool. All of these are encompassed in manicured gardens whilst beautuful in winter you can imagine to be a kaleidoscope of colour and fragrance in the warmer months. After a hearty breakfast at the Black Rabbit Restaurant we set off to travel further up the gorge to view the various stunning waterfalls that this area is famous for.
Latourell Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, Horsetail Falls, Multnomal Falls and Benson Bridge are ...
... here. There’s lots about it that reminds me of England, mostly that it’s very green. But it’s not just green in that there is lots of trees and plants, it’s also green in it’s eco-mindedness. Which I totally love. Their buses run on bio diesel (not a fossil fuel!), they have loads of organic local food and their parking meters and rubbish bins (trash cans!) are solar powered (errr.. solar powered rubbish bins? Yes. They use that power to crush ...
... most of the night shuffleboarding, and when we got kicked off, we chatted and laughed, and then shuffleboarded some more. Somehow I managed a few good games, even double spiking Jack on one occasion. Sorry again, unintentional, and if you asked me to do it again I probably never could. We did this in a pretty trendy bar, surrounded by trendy hipsters mostly over the age of 30, until 2am when Seb quite rightly reminded us that we had a bus ...
... over the seat and exit through a window. He said he's not doing that again!
Deschutes Brewery & Public House has been in business for many years and brews beer on the premises. They quickly seated all 15 of us at adjacent long tables for lunch. Their pear, goat cheese, and arugula pizza is "to die for"!
This evening six of us headed back to town for dinner at Mother's Bistro & Bar. Yummy creative "home-cooked" ...
... We had a nice picnic lunch at the top while we enjoyed the view.
After Dog Mountain, we headed over to nearby Multnomah Falls to get our daily waterfall fix. We decided we hadn't had nearly enough climbing, and we hiked to the upper viewpoint at Multnomah Falls (2.6 miles, 700 feet in elevation gain).
It was a really terrific day! Lots of beautiful sights. We ended the day with a well-earned local beer. ...