Econo Lodge at Port of Portland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... who shared our love of Mean Girls. Having met Michelle in the toilets like a night at Zens and discussing a recipe for pizza we headed to another local bar Tony's Tavern. Having experienced our first heroin addicts we spent the night drinking more, playing pool and exchanging English sayings. "The Chuck" was created after learning the name for a shoulder of beef which is now a shoulder moving dance move and Jen and I introduced the Portlanders to the top 5 18-30s dance ...
... coast, in the Puna District, south of Pāhoa Town - Same town that was almost overrun with lava this past October. Puʻu ʻŌʻō has been a naughty crater! We are hoping that Route 130 stays intact for our trip, and for all the people who live in Puna.
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... team address medical, dietary, sensory, oral motor, behavioural and social-emotional aspects of feeding challenges for children. They consist of Julie Miller OT, Anne Davis SLT, Diane Cullinane Developmental Paediatrician and Patricia (Patty) Novak RD. I was impressed by the holistic approach to weaning children from feeding tubes. Patty spoke at length about the dietetic assessment and monitoring plans which seem to be pretty similar to the UK. She also gave an overview of ...
... veggie gardens are a sight to see! What a testimony to what she treasures. The whole place is magical. It would take days to experience and really see the details of each of her individually designed gardens. All just exquisite!
The week we were there coincided with a family get together for the Wisner family, so we were able ...
... other's lives the last 35 years! Can it really have been that long? Check out the picture. Isn't she beautiful? She says she has lost track of how old she is because she tells everyone that she is 39! And she looks it, too! (Not me...)
(Oh, and the conference is good, too - not all sessions, but the one I really needed for my job was amazing. I sat next to the CEO of NWEA last October at a conference in Denver and told him what ...