Comfort Suites Southwest
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... of mostly second-growth forest with a few patches of old growth. About 70 miles of recreational trails, including the Wildwood Trail segment of the city's 40 Mile Loop system.
One of our outings takes us to an eatery that Casey discovered called the “MK Café” where we enjoy a mid-week brunch of fantastic Dim Sum.
Enjoy the Ride, and try this – use Vinegar and not Soy Sauce with your Dim Sum! Yumm!
... with the taxi, 2 planes and a hire car (with a car seat that could barely pass as such) commute. She drew fans from all on board with her smiles & general gorgeousness and no-one even blinked at her mid-landing explosion that called for immediate action and complete outfit change.
Four days in Portland & not a single drop of rain & actual blue skies for half the time. We stayed in the ...
... at all. It was Easter in Australia and we didn't want to feel left out so we stopped off at Safeway in Astoria and stocked up. There's no cadburys here though! Only thing we could find was the caramel filled eggs, they did the job. Portland is interesting from what we've seen. The hostel we're in is pretty old, but it'll do the job for one night. Off to New Orleans tomorrow! Happy Easter every one! Missing you all just that little bit more today! Love love ...
Today was a day with Michael as he planned to show us the beautiful surrounds of Portland. We started driving east from Portland. First stop for breakfast - Historic Edgefield at Troutdale. Encompassing a 74-acre parcel of farmland at the mouth of the spectacular Columbia River Gorge Scenic Area, Edgefield is a 20-minute drive from the center of downtown Portland. Built in 1911 as the county poor farm, this has now been restored by ...
... to sit outside at Piazza Italia. Husb rarely wants to go out for Italian, so I was really happy for the chance. I had spaghetti pesto with mushrooms and shrimp, and Husb had the wild boar sauce over wide noodles. We also split the tiramisu for dessert - great decision. The food was absolutely awesome. I am now craving it all over again. If we end up back in Portland, we will be heading back! Hopefully Ross is good friends with the waiter by then ...