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 …
Voodoo Doughnut is an independent doughnut shop based in Portland. It is known for its unusual doughnuts, eclectic decor, and iconic pink boxes featuring the company logo and illustrations of voodoo priests. If there was ever a business that captured the kooky essence of Portland, it's Voodoo. Sweet-fingered sorcerers concoct what might best be described as avant-garde doughnuts. When Voodoo first opened, it offered ...
... key; it really would have made the trip.
We walked on the beach for awhile, the water was freezing (another attempt of Willy clearly in order to keep us away). Regardless, I gave him the salute, as one does. The next stop was to Mikey's house, to see where all the magic started. Michael did the Chunk's Truffle Shuffle, very poorly I might add. He needs to really work on his belly. By force, Michael took me away from the Goonies Paradise. We got smoked fish from ...
To start the day, I head butted the soap holder in the shower but don't worry. It got much better! Started the drive to Portland, with a detour to Bagby Hot Springs. Was another lovely drive with amazing views. Went through a small town called Boring - was a little dull....!!! I'm sure most of you can imagine the face I'm pulling after that grade A humour :) The mission just to get to the hot springs was hilarious. We drove about 5 miles in the ...
... check in, go through security and customs and change terminals. The best part about having the wheelchair service is being whisked straight through security, and getting to the correct terminal and gate in record time.
We only had 2 1/2 hours in Chicago to get through customs and change terminals and we actually had an hour to spare in the comfy Admiral's Club to relax between flights.
The flights ...