Crowne Plaza Portland Lake Oswego
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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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 ...
... Day. Once there we wandered through some shops but they had hideous gaudy **** in them, that we wondered who on earth bought that stuff now Michael Jackson is dead? All the cafés were packed, so we jumped on a ferry and headed back to Fishermans Warf. By this time it was 6pm, so we found a special restaurant called Scomos and sat down for a lovely dinner. We started with crab cakes & shrimp cocktails. Then I had a wonderful cod in lemon butter and Andrew ...
... But they did have the most adorable little baby elephant. He was frolicking about pestering the adults with the biggest grin on his face. He would run around and grab the tail of one of the adults with his trunk and then run away with an enormous smile. We finished up by heading through the Fragile Forests exhibit, seeing the orangutans, chimpanzees, mandrills, and howler monkeys. As we were leaving the zoo, it started to sprinkle a bit, but never really ...
... chose the Embassy Suites because it had a 2 hour happier, including well liquor, and free breakfast. The hotel is very nice and they even upgraded our room to a two room suite for free. Everyone in Portland is friendly. The bellhop was telling us were to we should go on the coast of Oregon and where to eat tonight. Jess dropped her old insurance card and someone in the elevator was took it down to the front desk. ...
... 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, ...