Crowne Plaza Portland Lake Oswego
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I'm so lucky to live in a little village (pop. ~36,000) that has such an active arts council (Arts Council of Lake Oswego: artscouncillo.org). Everywhere you look there are amazing sculptures.
I am no expert on art, just an art lover. Seeing artwork every day, in everyday places, is inspiring. There's sometimes a touch of whimsy, a reason to reflect, or just ...
My one job today was finish painting the bathroom. After finishing the bird chores and feeding the lambs, I went straight to work. I had to do another coat on the front of the door, because everything dried to fast yesterday, so some area was spotty. We are using latex paint, which is super quick dry, and the sun accelerated the already fast drying process. After finishing ...
... Montana called Lake Missoula. It was held in place by a huge ice dam in Idaho. As the weather warmed up, the ice dam broke and Lake Missoula flowed over Idaho to Washington and Oregon creating the Columbia River. The ice dam would form again, the lake would fill and then the dam would break again and again flood Washington and Oregon. This happened at least 25 times and as the water flowed towards ...
... to get a complete blackout, and my card is only about ½ complete. Gotta work harder. I spent a good 30 minutes calling Portland hotels to try to find 1) availability in a downtown location, 2) a nice place to spoil ourselves a bit after camping, and 3) something unique that would be memorable. We lucked into a Kimpton Hotel – the Monaco, an elegant but family-friendly hotel with a free 5 – 6 wine hour. Just the thing.
... terms. From our hotel hosts to just people on the street who were kind enough to help us when we were disoriented (lost), we were treated courteously. There’s no doubt that speaking some French opened a few doors, but the overarching moral is that, as the Beatles put it,“the love you take is equal to the love you make.” (We employ a little poetic license here).
Everything is made with butter -- fruits, ...