Econo Lodge at Port of Portland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We make our way up to the Pacific northwest and the first stop is Portland. If nothing else, we know we're going to eat well. We're just hoping we're hipster enough.
... filling. Not knowing what it was, we purchased one and were surprised at the kick-butt pepper jelly. Not to be outdone, the Mexican Hot Chocolate doughnut Casey ordered was rapidly consumed. It was a chocolate cake doughnut dusted in cinnamon sugar and cayenne pepper! Talk about an after burn! The other selections we made were tamer. But, all were enjoyed tremendously!
Enjoy the Ride and just don't get Glazed!
I've been doing a lot of thinking about travel blogs and documentaries lately, primarily because I have no career goals and thought "Hey! Now there's an idea!". But what I've been noticing lately I find rather upsetting; not only are the majority of travel blogs and documentaries hosted or written by men, the few that are written by women all include things like "style tips while abroad" or "are hostels SAFE?!" Juxtapose that with a male ...
... sites such as the Terra Cotta Warriors and take a hike up Mt. Hua. We will be visiting our sister schools there, an elementary school and No. 26 Middle/High School. We'll leave Xi'an later next week and take the "fast train" back to Beijing where we'll visit the Great Wall, Forbidden City and Tian'anmen Square, Olympic Park and do some shopping at the Pearl Market. Welcome to the China Cohort blog. I'll update as often as possible. ...
... you do when NFL games start at 10:00. After the game, it was time to say our goodbyes. We were really happy to see Ross and reconnect. He showed us a great time and definitely put in his two cents (and then some?) for Portland. We headed back to pick up the Scamp, but not before a quick stop at Voodoo Donuts Too. We had walked and biked by too many times to miss it, and the line was always so short. Another good choice. We shared the Memphis ...