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We had a good sleep last night and woke to a toasty warm hotel with a temperature of 2 degrees outside! We had a free breakfast at the hotel (toast, make-your-own waffles, pastries, cereal, biscuits (scones), English muffins, and Jan pleased to find a banana and a real tea-bag so she could have a cup of tea – something that is definitely …
The hotel was close to the I5 Interstate and the noise of constant traffic and trucks meant that I didn't get much sleep last night. After a standard hotel breakfast we checked out and headed into part of Salem’s suburbs (Salem is the capital of Oregon) to a 'Dollar Tree’ store where everything (everything) is $1. We split into two …
... were extremely friendly, attractive people. Almost all are slim, tall, with very straight posture. Proud looking.
Happy to be home: Really really nice to brush our teeth with tap water instead of bottled water.
Ice in drinks is an American thing. As a rule, it was not available, even if we had been willing to drink with it.
K’s disappointment: Not being able to try more Kenyan foods. Didn’t want to risk another episode.
... br> lured over 500,000 pioneers westwards. They generally started in Independence
Missouri and traveled nearly 2000 miles west.
As we drove along the Columbia and then the Snake River through dry land
full of sagebrush you wondered about the determination of those early pioneers
and whether our generation would have “what it took” to make that kind of
... but is just a lovely little town. Really quiant. We walked for an hour or so along the beach, which was lovely on a Sunday morning. Seeing all the families playing and enjoying their time together, lots of lovely doggys, sunshine. Thats what all Sundays should be. From there we headed to Portland. We needed to see the Cullens house and get Voodoo doughnuts (Man V Food fame). The cullens house was such a surprise, again, just a little neighbourhood, not out ...