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... Then headed to the Chinese gardens. Another stop off was the Pittock Mansion - an interesting place to visit that also had amazing views of the city with Mount Hood standing proud in the background. Whilst on the tour we met a lovely lady called Sybil - she was adorable! So kind hearted and easy to talk to. She wanted to know all about us and was very amusing :) at one point, there were a few of us waiting for the ...
... she used both blankets to help her fall asleep. I moved over one seat as did Jon so the kids could stretch out a bit & get quite a few hours of sleep. I ended up watching "Lady in Gold" which was a wonderful movie on the airplane. Jon watched "Age of Adelyne" which he didn't like & "Focus" which he wants to see the end of since he had to stop it half way through. I was only able to get a couple of hrs of sleep & Jon didn't sleep at all as ...
... and look for the hook). At the bottom of the tanks is a small area where a person goes in to scrape out the final parts of the grapes (described as - the smallest intern goes in there).
Funniest fact - the left over grape skins are put outside to be used as compost and she said that for a little while afterwards there are a bunch of fat lazy robins hanging around.
The building itself is really ...
... stopped at a gorge and horsetail falls. We continued on to the Bridge of the Gods at Cascade Locks. A big steel bridge over the Columbia River. Our next important sight to see was Mount Hood. You follow the road right around the base, so we had many spots to stop and take pictures of our first glimpses of snow. We had a good stop at the Timberline Resort, where we were right amongst the ski field. The snow is ...
... most extraordinary stories behind them. He
seemed to enjoy talking to me and I let him: I was interested and I wished him
well with true sincerity when we finally parted ways down the bus line.
Back in town we pinched wifi from Starbucks to sort out what
was supposed to be a few insignificant travel kinks. After a few minutes it
became clear that this would be another struggle like the day in Seattle when
we realised everyone had ...