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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Focusing on how the design elements of the garden interact and enjoying the serenity an urban garden can provide in a bustling city is pretty inspiring.
First miss of the corr country trip: Portland's Shanghai Tunnel Tour. Short story: If you're in Portland absolutely do not go on this "tour". Long story: a tour billed as a exploration of a tunnel system underground Portland where ...
... put mr in his carseat for a time out & I think it might of helped a bit. Missy colored & played with her dolls & that kept her pretty well occupied.
Soon it was our turn to board the next plane. We were in the 3rd group again. This time we were in seats 40 & 41 A & B, still on the left. I got to sit next to missy & Jon is next to mr. Mr fell asleep while we were taxing off the runway. Missy finally fell asleep about 2 hrs into ...
We left Seattle and took the scenic route to the east around Mt Rainier however high cloud prevented a ggod view of the mountain. We had also intended revisit Mt St Helens ( we went there on a previous trip), however it was raining by then so we rejoined the interstate and headed inti Portland. We chose a ...
That was a Christmas to remember!
First, Christmas eve, here, "simple". We went to the "service" at the church (presbyterian I believe), the pastor read some texts (about Mary and Joseph and baby Jesus of course), and there was singing and music performed by a nice choir of young adults (16-20 years old I guess). Fred and Charlene's family were sitting in one of the front rows, gosh, I prefer to hide behind a pillar when I am in a church, but, well, I survived ;-)
... sick, we have these wonderful discussions, about politics, the old days... He showed me a scrapbook he made as a private in Germany, in the 50's, and I loved to read his travel stories all over Europe! He tries to motivate me to write my travel stories too, and get them published ;-) I have sometimes been thinking the same, you know, eventually with drawings, some kind of travel diary, but, well, I never really took these thoughts seriously. Maybe I should??