DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel Vancouver, Washington
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- Shuttle bus service
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... 8230;..happy with themselves. They have gone through the loss of a son recently and seem acceptingly blessed to have shared the many years with their wonderful son that they had. Amen! Anyway, they took us to several of the many neighborhood areas of Portland. It reminded us of Austin and its diversity of restaurants. We stopped at a pub whose signature drink was a Margarita. “Who was he ...
... teaching elementary and middle school students in a private school setting on June 23rd and Logan will start in late July. I was surprised to have such an early start date, but I am very excited to get to Jeonju and start experiencing new and exciting things again! I learned in Africa to never have expectations when in a foreign country, but it is hard not to when imagining your future! SO I love to document them and look back at how ...
... hours are not posted anywhere. By the by, it opens at 1000 hours and is open 24/7/365.
And, since the returning salmon are being processed right now, processed meaning most are euthanized and sold to a buyer, some are sent to holding ponds to be artificially "spawned" next month, and the wild fish are separated from the rest and returned to the Columbia River the #1 response to the fish processing is, da, da dah, da da dahhhh- "Oh, they are killing them?" The process ...
... We also found logs which had been gnawed by beavers. Nature really is truly awesome and the whole experience made us realise how very insignificant we humans are.
We ended the day with an impromptu barbeque. Having anticipated being able to cook over the weekend we had arrived with sausages and a side of salmon. We had managed to keep them fresh on ice but didn't want them to go to waste. We bought some charcoal and called into an RV park ...
... and water stations...maybe the 10k wasn't the most important race...?
At mile 5.5 'Lisa told me to go ahead, I was bugging her to speed up and she was doing her best to keep her pace. So I went ahead and finished 9 minutes ahead of the Race for the Roses time. Three minutes later, 'Lisa came across the finish line, 6 minutes ahead of her Roses time. See, Sis, bugging works! On the 18th, we are doing a ...