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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... achilles tendon, causing a bit of blood and a lot of pain. Fortunately, all cars stopped abruptly behind us, and Erik was able to keep himself from flying over his handlebars. This would certainly dampen the rest of our time in Portland for Erik, as he was stuck icing his elevated ankle in the Scamp for most of the day the following three days.
Meanwhile, I tried to do as much sightseeing as I could. Portland was definitely a city we wanted ...
... first half in a pretty dishevelled state as though he'd had a big Sunday night. Junior and I decided that he'd landed on his feet with a position in the family business, which was most obvious when he stated that he hates it when football from Europe is on the TV as he hardly gets any work done in the office. We were also joined by Garrett's father (the brains behind the operation), who told us to say hello to 'Uncle Paul' if we went to Kells in San Francisco. Given our regular ...
... day that Ms. Stebbins took a spill off a curb and sustained the worst injury of the trip, a gross looking cut to the top of her ankle. We cleaned her up though and she was ready to adventure on. Thinking we had to take advantage of the sunshine, we drove to play golf at Edgefield, a former farm that now houses a series of par three golf courses, art vendors, over ten bars ...
... ever done, but nonetheless it was an awesome experience - BOOYA!
Portland, oh Portland - you rock and you’re filled with some special new friends, friends that I dare say we will be friends with for ages! Thank you so much Andy Vu, Evan Sekulic, Kristina Rapoza, Ashley Mudra and Tom Rooney (http://www.apertureproject.org/) for such an amazing stay and experience! When are you coming to visit, beds made and towels freshly folded! Stay in touch you rad ...
The craziest thing happened to me tonight: I met someone from Cameroon at the pediatric urgent care that I work at! What are the chances?! She welcomed all of my frantic, anxiety-riddled questions and was so gracious to open up about her home country and what I can expect from it. She gave me her number and invited me into her home this week ...