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 …
... will hold) From Scotland, I traveled to Andalucia Spain and spent a glorious week in a small village called Ferriorola. Then onto the beach where I did a surf camp in Conil, which was awesome and so much fun. I met back up with James for 8 days in Barcelona then a few days in Amsterdam. I ended my journey in Lake Garda, Italy where I had the most opportune experience to feel the ground and get some love and guidance from my dear friend Danelle. I ...
... to sit outside at Piazza Italia. Husb rarely wants to go out for Italian, so I was really happy for the chance. I had spaghetti pesto with mushrooms and shrimp, and Husb had the wild boar sauce over wide noodles. We also split the tiramisu for dessert - great decision. The food was absolutely awesome. I am now craving it all over again. If we end up back in Portland, we will be heading back! Hopefully Ross is good friends with the waiter by then ...
... and set us up nicely for two equally tasty main meals. Inevitably the Kells pints weren't going to be the only alcoholic drinks that we consumed that evening as we were ready for a big night out for the first time in a week. To find the nightlife we left our hostel in the Pearl district, where it is quite residential, and made our way towards the Old Town area. Here we found that the place had a large selection of bars and clubs but that none of them were very busy. When walking ...
I'd planned to road trip up to Alaska by car, inspired by some sweet pictures I saw of cars converted into sleeping campers. I'd pictured a mobile vision quest - a meaningful Karouac/London journey, camping in the safe shell of a CRV in the wilderness. I even bought a bear box.
My gifted woodworking friend Mollie helped (let me help her (offered to take a picture of me "helping") ) me build a sturdy bed frame in the back of the car - now ...