Courtyard Portland Beaverton
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... in Medford, OR, which was great as always. The waitress was wonderful and recommended we stay at Brookside Inn & Suites in nearby Winters. I'm not sure why; we passed many motels in Medford on the way to the Inn, which was 15 minutes away. Hotel is comfortable, but nothing spectacular that would have warranted the added ...
... bad at all. Particularly considering there were Powell’s t-shirts (!!!!), beautiful prints with book quotes on them, and a rare book room. Oh and also a signed first edition of a book by one of my favourite authors, sitting right next to her latest novel. Drooooool drool drool.
When we eventually extracted ourselves, we went in search of food. Remarkable how travel is often directed by your most basic needs: where to eat, ...
... 1914, decimating this most photographed bridge in Oregon. I have in my pocket a little bit of history---a piece of the original Benson Bridge that was handed to me as a souvenir on that reopening day. I will place it inside the box with the old photographs, and my memories will join the mementos of an earlier time when sweethearts stood in the mist on that bridge. ...
Ah, Portland. Lovely, lively, pretty Portland. Within minutes of leaving the Greyhound station, we both decided that we wanted to live in Portland at some point in the near future. It's a city known for being innovative, and was described to us in San Fran as 'as cool as San Fran used to be before it got so expensive'. In other words, exactly what we wanted.
After checking into our hostel in the leafy Pearl district, we set off for a full day ...
... With kiddo, it doesn't work well to just wander at whim and let things be. So how much experiencing of other places does he get, when things are run often much like home? Does he get a chance to see that people live differently at all? It may take more than a weekend and it may take going to some place that is so different than home that he's almost forced to immerse a bit, just to do basic things like eat and shop. May be an idea?