Courtyard by Marriott Portland Downtown/Convention Center
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American streets famously have no name, but in Eureka and Grants Pass, and doubtless in other US cities as well, they take it a bit further by giving intersecting streets just letters of the alphabet (A, B, C etc.) so a restaurant might be on 4th and F. If you're literate and numerate, it makes things easy, but we still had trouble finding our way …
This little stop would be the start of a pretty unexpected night for us. We met the most awesome people here and got chatting over tattoos. They are all locals and told us the best places to check out in Portland and ended up taking us to The City Grill for cocktails. We would never have known about this place as it was high up in what looked like an office block. It opened literally just as we got there at 4pm and there was already a queue by the ...
... br> that was not made by the hands of men.
There is a road, no simple highway
between the dawn and the dark of night.
And if you go, no one may follow.
That path is for your steps alone.
You who choose to lead must follow,
but if you fall, you fall alone.
If you stand, then who's to guide you?
If I knew the way, I would take you home.
The end. This has been the experience of a lifetime. Thank you, everyone, for taking this journey with ...
... a place Michelle Obama would endorse.
Sidenote: Roberta and Dan said the Twilight Parade was rather ho hum but the people waiting for the parade were the entertainment. Apparently, the police handed out chalk to all the little kids along the route so that they could stay content by drawing on the streets! Guess they should have reserved a spot for next week's parade - the more exciting Naked Biking one! ...
... was in Russian. I thought it would make a great spot for Jack to hang out while he waits for his next adventure. But there was a strict "no glass" policy in the Olympic village so once again I got the big "Niet" and they tossed my treasure in the trash, long with the 8.7 million empty plastic bottles that will soon be clogging up landfills, or floating about the Black Sea for the next century. Recycling has not quite made it to Rosa Khutor. Let's see, since we last chatted ...