Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Portland Airport
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... 8217;t want to bring my laptop. I’ll just dump these scribblings onto the TravelPod app when we get to the hotel in Madrid and hope that its WiFi is functioning better than the one in Barcelona.)
We rose at 3:30 AM Tuesday and left the house under bright moon glow at 4:15 AM for our 7:00 AM flight out of PDX. Unusually quiet and calm without the dogs around to see us off; they were already out at ...
We've crossed three states on this trip. We have been deep in north California, but now leave it to drive along the 101 Oregon Coast. Our navi gave us a 648 km route as it assumed the Interstate would be quicker. We decided to follow the 101 which was only 438 km. As the traffic is very dense it's still a 7 hour drive. When we left everything along the road was covered in fog. This region is known for for coming in from the sea quickly. But by 10 o'clock the ...
... spent exploring the massive Washington park trails & enjoying the lushness of the forests & the awesome vistas over Portland and beyond.
After a fabulous brunch, and a non-planned stop in a random suburbia park we headed to the airport & despite a delayed flight & a missed connection that saw us home after midnight, we had a fabulous weekend & became confident that Miss J loves to ...
... We had seafood for lunch in Seaside, where it became clear why people risk their lives to catch Alaskan crabs, the taste of the crab meat was rivalled only by its price... We also saw our first Bald Eagle and a bunch of very noisy and smelly Californian Seals.
Tomorrow we're out on a tour with Ivan, who runs a company called VolcanoLands. The guy's reputation is very good, but it seems that we will get our first taste of Oregon's rainy weather. ...
Its been a long, long day.
Up early to see the results of the Scottish Referendum. I'm a little surprised that the vote was 55% for staying part of the UK.
Back in the boot for travelling, so I booked a wheelchair for Manchester (which is a zoo on the best of days) and Chicago, the zooiest zoo of all.
I felt funny using a wheelchair, but I didn't think I could handle the long walks and standing in ...