Comfort Inn Portland
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... a pub with over 50 beers on tap (Apex) before we discovered the Streetcar home for only 1 dollar!
Wednesday was a day of booking in summer fairs and HF work. That night we went to see the Portland Timbers take on Chicago Fire at Providence Park. The biggest highlight was a guy cutting through a log with a chain saw when they scored a goal before walking the wood around the stadium like a trophy and passing ...
... and herb dumplings in a chicken stew - a Cajun one pot dish. Michael had bbq'd beef brisket with crispy fried onions and Ami had crispy fried catfish with collard greens.
Having not eaten 'southern food' before we thoroughly enjoyed everything we tasted. With very, very full bellies we collapsed into bed that night.
Portland is a food city and this was a taste of things to come!
It was nothing short of nice to wake up to a quiet house,
and spend the first part of my day sitting on our epic porch eating oats and
drinking tea. Again, I felt like an old lady, sitting there watching people
drive or ride past, sometimes catching their eye or just studying their
preoccupied faces. It was all very peaceful somehow. Except for the house
across the street, which somehow has survived with a huge block of land around
it. If we ...
Got a MET into the city of Portland and then changed to another and got off at the stop advised without much trouble. What was more trouble was finding the house we had a 50/50 decision to make and we made the wrong one and walked 10min in the wrong direction before realising and turning around. This normally wouldn’t be so bad but it is about 31 degrees and I’m carrying two heavy bags.
I forgot to mention, we are couchsurfing for the ...
... bus, the train and the trolley all around the city. Lunch was at the famous Food Truck court where tourists and business people gather. The Saturday Market is a must do so we spent three hours walking through the artists booths. Our last night in Portland we had a beautiful dinner with Jessica and her friend Mary and her family. It was sad to say goodbye to Portland. ...