Courtyard Portland Tigard
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... upscale beautiful winery with Bocce Ball courts. We are encouraged to try the game since Joleen and Brad are both on Bocce Ball teams. From there we head over to Montinore Vineyards in the Gaston area where we are going to watch an outdoor performance of Romeo and Juliette.
... to grief and that closes the Interstate. We stopped 3 miles from the crash site and we stopped not long after the crash happened. I think we were there for over an hour before we started to move, so you can imagine how much was behind us.......speaking of tail backs, if you want to be noticed in SF then attempt to jump off the GG bridge. The resulting chaos as they try to save you, and stop traffic in the process, brings the tourist part and the arterials to ...
... Maybe. But surely experienced and willing to work, as are all of the Indians we saw and met. We decided to forego the traditional experience and instead ooh and aah at the expertise of these henna artists. For those of you who are not enamored by ...
... It was a magical 2 weeks that I will never forget.
I woke up this morning feeling like I was getting a cold and by the end of the day it was in full force. Couldn't be better timing though. I am so glad I wasn't sick the whole time I was on vacation. Now I'm home and I can rest up and drink fluids and get ready to return to my everyday life again.
... the Burnside Brewery across the road where we were entertained by Ryan the bartender. He was probably the friendliest person we met in Portland, as everyone else seemed to be a little 'too cool for school'. We actually found the city quite difficult to figure out. We didn't end up finding many places that had been recommended by people which was a shame, as we found the streets really confusing. We couldn't even seem to get our hands on a map of the place, it was a little ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility