Comfort Suites Southwest
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... We took a rather fast and wobbly cable car up to a hospital (of all places and rather randomly) but from their patio the views of the mountains (Mt. Hood and St Helens) and the city we quite spectacular. Grabbed the streetcar back to 21st Street to explore.
A trip to OMSI, their science museum was first off, however it was full of kids like a big, large slightly educational museum/playground. One ...
Our bus out of Seattle left at 10:30am, so we were a little
groggy this morning. Knocked back some eggs and tea and then walked an absurdly
long way (when you’re carrying a 20kg pack) to the bus stop on the other side of
town. It was definitely a work out for my calves, and if I don’t have killer
legs by the end of this trip, I’ll be disappointed. We made it just in time,
despite leaving early, and for anyone taking a Bolt Bus make ...
The trouble with booking things in advance is that you think at the time it may be a good idea. For example getting a 7am flight from Denver to Portland means you can have a full day exploring Portland. That's correct it also means we had to get up at 3am in the morning to get to the airport.
We got a taxi to the bus stop and then waited in the dark with a couple of other maniacs/people who worked at the airport and got the one hour bus out to Denver airport.
... very expensive!
- It was the best dinner I have ever had!!!
- General Admission to the museum was $5.00
- Gas: $20.31
- Food: $41.15
- Ice: $7.50
We are having a wonderful time hair and staying with family. Their names are mark Sharon and boomer and boomer is a dog he is so so cute ;. We have already gone to the Nike and Adidas factory ...