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Travel Blogs from Wilsonville
... home was good for my soul. A return to my roots and the people I love seemed to be the most appropriate beginning to my journey. I leave Oregon knowing that it may be a long time before I can return (On Monday, I received my acceptance letter to attend grad school in Spain this Fall). Still, a piece of my heart will always be there as long as Sandy and "The Dragon Slayers" are there to welcome me home.
Next stop: Auckland, New ...
... hat, and Heather had this wonderful Elf hat! First, find a place where to sit and stay, because Riley and Kyle were to distribute the presents, just pile them up close to you, DO NOT open YET.
OK, then, the stockings, full of candy, chocolates (I received Trailer Mix, good for a worldtraveler!), some fruit, and little presents (I got a gift card for Starbucks, a nice name tag for my luggage, soap, hand creme... that was so nice to also receive presents!!). By the time we ...
... the back, not raining or snowing (yet), I take a deep breath to remember this special mountain air...
My train is the Amtrak train nr 27. I am too early, fortunately, the "Bingen railway station" which is just a small waiting room, is very well heated indeed. I eat the good pastries Stuart had brought me the day before (so nice, thank you Stuart), and meet my co-traveler. a very nice lady I do not remember ...
... cooking section. We got kicked out when they closed at 11pm! Whoops. Saturday was dry-finally. You would think that would be enough to pep us up a bit, but I woke up with the beginnings of a migraine and Liam wasn't much of a happy camper either. I think the dark skies are starting to reflect in our moods. There was so much pressure behind my eyes, it was horrible but I drugged up and carried on. We went down to Clyde Common for a yummy brunch and continued to explore the town. We ...
... up to Mt Tabor to overlook the city and Mt Hood... the sky was dusky, but the view was lovely.
A lovely dinner out with the crew: Aunt Les, Uncle Bill, Andrea, Will, and the two blonde dearhearts: Mexican feast! An emotional goodbye. A missing stuffed doggie. And home for tea, TV, and relaxing.
A great day for rejuvenating and regrouping for the final push... tomorrow, southward bound... two days left.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking