Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Portland Airport
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We got an early start this morning and as a result ended up in Portland early. We checked into the hotel and I relaxed while Nita worked.
Afterward we went to the Columbia brewing company where we had a Portland IPA and dinner. We're both tired so tonight is going to be an early one.
We heard from the vet and it sounds like Roger is going to be OK - yay!
... and we could work out some stops that we selected as the most epic stops along the Oregon 101. The coastline here is of breathtaking beauty. It's as simple as that. We visited some lighthouses. The first at Brandon. The Hecata Beach lighthouse was astonishing. By 3 the fog and cold set in again, so we had to skip some planned stops. Still we loved the journey that took us all the way up in Oregon to the Newhalem Bay View State Park. Americans have the tendency to ...
... 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 ...
... pool. All of these are encompassed in manicured gardens whilst beautuful in winter you can imagine to be a kaleidoscope of colour and fragrance in the warmer months. After a hearty breakfast at the Black Rabbit Restaurant we set off to travel further up the gorge to view the various stunning waterfalls that this area is famous for.
Latourell Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, Horsetail Falls, Multnomal Falls and Benson Bridge are ...
... would meet me there and I would follow her up the hill and park in Dave and Pam’s driveway.
Now I need to explain about uphill and downhill according to this foreigner and visitor to Portland. Wherever you are going is either in one direction or the other and not on roads that follow any kind of logical design, leading me to believe that the grid was either laid out by the guy who designs mazes for rats to run in or it is modeled after ...