Days Inn Portland Airport
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... for a bathroom and stretch break ends up being a short hike to a waterfall.
Unusual for us, we arrive in Portland without a hotel reservation. Big mistake. It is a busy weekend in the city with college students and their families. We end up in an expensive, but lovely, hotel downtown. And recoup the financial hit by eating most of our meals from the many food trucks, a trend which Portland famously started. There are literally hundreds of them ...
... last weekend…I am so friggin tired of riding!
Putting an exhaustive list of what I am bringing would be a bit much for a blog… but here are some interesting aspects. Remember I am going for 2 months on a bicycle with small bags, over 2600 miles of geography, with all sorts of weather… camping, nice restaurants and wineries, youth hostels, music, etc.
- 2 bikes (I am bring my wife’s bike)….in ...
... her. So, we, the party of now three all walked closely together, on red alert for any of the cheeky buggers, and we hid the remaining bananas in the camera bag so that they were well out of the monkeys sight. When we made it through the most treacherous areas, which was overrun with the little critters and quite narrow in places we came to the main temple complex, and with more space all around and some staff with sticks we were once again is a zone of relative safety and could ...
... a local older neighborhood. The houses were all pretty well maintained craftsman style homes, but every block had at least one Westfalia!
No fake grass though, which made Phil sad. :-(
1st stop, Deschutes Brewery. Phil had to park the van in a parking lot and actually give someone else the keys. He's still shaking about this.
The beer was great, but the place lacked a lot ...
... by several people at the hotel. So, we walked down to the brew pub, Bridgeport. Ordered their Old Knucklehead at 9.5% alcohol and Long Ball at 5% alcohol, vegan chili, mussels in white wine, parsley, lemon, and butter, and a small steel pizza which has everything on it. Very good. While there, we saw their version of the Cincinnati Pedal Wagon which they call the Brew Cycle. This is the third city we have seen ...