Crowne Plaza Portland Lake Oswego
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Our day started on our knees, as it does every morning. Then reading's, discussing and review of our plans for the day.
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... waterfalls. And we did, but through the windshield. We did go to the historic Bonneville dam and the fish hatchery. We got to met Herman the sturgeon, a 870 lb, 10 year old monster of fish. This fish is 10 feet long and resembles Captain Nemo's Nautilus. I'm not sure what the other fish were doing in that pond, maybe Herman doesn't like salmon. We also viewed the fish ladders that channel the salmon, ...
... the adults panting and frantically counting kids to make sure we didn't leave one in the monkey house or the bat cave. It was a blast. The girls couldn't have gotten along better, and it was great to catch up with my cousins. We even made a trip on the kiddie train to the rose test garden that Zach had wanted to see, and it was a hit even with the kids (who mostly wanted to destroy the blossoms and dig in the dirt, but hey, they did ...
... to compete there. A couple of weeks before we arrived, employees at the Louvre went on strike to protest the activity. In fact, the French government now requires pickpockets to declare their take as income and taxes them. Just joking.
France has an infinite number of churches. No matter how many you’ve seen, there’s always one more.
The guides for our cruise were uniformly excellent. They really knew their ...
... weather was fine, and it was not cool! When one travels in a country with widespread corruption, inefficiency and governmental dysfunction, structures are built and then tested by client-guinea pigs before they are completely finished. In more developed countries such as the U.S., buildings and products ...