Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Portland Airport
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... of this house and then went to Alberta for a burger and a local Deschutes beer (at the "Tin shed"). So far today I've walked to Safeway on MLK for groceries and now I'm just chilling. Tonight I am heading to a couchsurfing event at a south american restaurant. Tomorrow I'm getting my nails done and heading over to the guy who did my owl tattoo to see whether he'll be able to do another owl on my back. That'll take place down south, close to Lloyd center on NE Broadway.
... and very good. Then back here to sort and repack my messy boxes and suitcases. I have lots of food I brought-you never know what you might need. Jody called to make sure all was well~~~it is.
May 30th-Friday—A nice blue day—I was up early but didn’t head to the store till early afternoon, and then I walked the wrong way and made a longer walk out of it-but that was ok—I will get oriented ...
Today is 7 years in the making! Kylie has been studying Japanese since she has been 3 years of age. She is so fortunate to have this opportunity and experience. Kylie will be staying with a host family for 5 days and then, we will be traveling together with the class and teachers. I'm excited, and to be honest a little anxious. I know ...
The day was cool and damp. Nick (nickname Ori, as in orifice 'cos his surname's Hole) took us downtown and for a walk along the Willamette river. We crossed couple of Portland's many bridges and could look across to the city. The riverfront has been smartened up quite a bit. We popped into the Nike Store to see what Linda does and walked around Pioneer Square and saw the popular food stalls. Lunch was in Deschutes, a brewery with an excellent ...
... our lips, discussing the tasting notes and how we feel about 'the finish’. All this is made all he more ridiculous by the fact that by the last three the stuff’s so sour we can barely lever our tongues off the roofs of our mouths. Ridiculous but so much run. Another memorable brewery was Black Labrador where we got chatting to some of the locals. Portlanders as a whole seem to rock that geeky/ kooky thing in a way that’s just the weird side of cool. Like the kid ...
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