Comfort Suites Southwest
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Great hotel! Friendly staff, super large nice room. Definitely recommend.
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September 11th -
We left the hotel in Seattle, Washington and had breakfast at the Pancake Chef. Wonderful food in an established (read "older") restaurant. I overheard two men in the behind us talking about retirement things, which sounded a lot like my retirement plan. I turned around and it was a Port of Seattle policeman and his …
... may not be until Wednesday evening.
Writing this next retrospective post on the 9:00 PM Thursday night high speed train from Barcelona to Madrid. First time that I’ve been able to muse on this blog since leaving PDX Tuesday morning.
Today was Day 1 of our trip to Spain, a 10-day romp through Barcelona, Madrid, Toledo, Sevilla, and Granada. Yes, way too much ground to try to cover in 10 ...
... have been a Towhee. However, it was mostly just a quite walk in the heavily canopied woods bordering Forest Park.
Forest Park is a public municipal park in the Tualatin Mountains west of downtown Portland. Stretching for more than 8 miles on hillsides overlooking the Willamette River, it is one of the country's largest urban forest reserves. The park, a major component of a regional system of parks and trails, covers more than ...
... scape created by the recent eruption. The drive up through the NP, where the crater crept closer & closer with every turn was stunning. Greasy Ruben sandwiches topped the day off perfectly.
Exploring downtown Portland, it's bridges, West Bank, & markets showed the alternative & eclectic nature of this place that has prettiness among its industrial borders. A great Mother's Day where I ...
... in the Rose Garden. Portland would be a great place to live in, sensible people, loads of bikes (no helmets), very green and a great venue to watch sport. Of course we're still in the US and the number of homeless people on the streets is a clear indication that the people that are down on their luck are not looked after well.
The two games we watched were the Nike Hoops event, an exibition game for the best high school players of 2015, US vs the rest ...