Courtyard by Marriott Portland North Harbour
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... jelly. If you consume the Tex-Ass Challenge doughnut (A giant doughnut equal to six doughnuts in size) in 80 seconds or less, you get your money back!
On December 24, 2008, Voodoo's "Portland Creme" was designated as Portland's "Official City Doughnut" by a resolution introduced by Portland Mayor Tom Potter and passed by city commissioners the same night. The resolution also expressed Portlanders' ...
The car is all packed up and our little family is on its way to Virginia! We will be stopping along the way with friends and family and will be uploading as many pictures as possible as well as letting you know how we are doing. We are so excited for what is in-store for us and there are so many unknowns, but we are jumping in head ...
... Soup House - one of the local food carts the city is famous for.
Sweet Potato, Kale and Coconut Soup - burst of flavour combining kale and sweet potatoes in a tasty coconut milk broth.
Mexican 'Gringas Con Mole' - soft rolled corn tortilla spread with white garbanzo bean mash, filled with fresh local pork and veggies, covered with their signature sriracha sauce and sides of beans and guacomole. Delicious ...
... won 3-0, we got upgraded seats due to Husb’s bum ankle, and the chanting singing did not stop for the entire game. I think I finally have the songs out of my head after a few days but don’t want to think about it too long or I’m sure they will come back to haunt me. I’m glad we went - it was highly entertaining, but I’ll leave this on my “once a year” list if we do choose Portland.
After the game, ...
... and vegetables, and had lunch at one of the booths. That evening she and I went out to dinner and had a fun time reminiscing and telling stories.
Sunday I listened carefully to my GPS and made my way down the hill to Aunt Anne's apartment and took her to Trinity Cathedral (further down the hill) which is her church and afterwards we met with a member of the staff. When I had last been in Portland, 2011, we had planned her funeral as a family. ...