Econo Lodge at Port of Portland
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... of drum beats, and even experiment with the real deal in the jamming booths. It was so much fun!!! I was totally in my element. They even had a sci-fi section, which Liam loved. Would've been nice to have some more time here but unfortunately we got kicked out at closing time. After a bit of a debacle with losing our City Passes (pretty sure the guy at EMP never gave them back to us, so annoying!!!), we went back to Felix's and settled in to a few beers and more Monopoly. ...
... someone who speaks some English; but it is also possible to communicate by hand signals and writing things down
- I found the most English speakers in Hungary and the Czech Republic; this is due to them not expecting you to learn their language since they are a small country.
6) Your hosts know what they are talking about
- Restaurants and how to use the transit system is some of the ...
... while later, the number out enjoying the beach had increased markedly. We were on the road shortly after 11am and had another scenic ride ahead of us. It was a much shorter ride today though. With a lot of forestry around still, other fields were growing wheat (or was it hops? Apparently Oregon has the highest number of micro-breweries around) and plenty of grape vines. Oregon is another big wine growing state. And it seems that where ...
... we passed what would come to be known as the Party Bike – a tiny trailer that was covered in speakers blasting bad house music and pulsating neon green lights. Girls were dancing provocatively on top, onlookers were getting groovy, Happy found a bubble machine somewhere and was shooting bubbles into the crowd, and Eagle (who was apparently a male stripper in a past life) hopped on top and started gyrating. Needless to say, Portland is weird.
The walk back was familiar ...
... to the coast. Once we arrived we found out that there was a ~3km walk uphill to reach the campsite, a struggle for most of us. Thankfully, the walk was definitely worth it! The campsite was perfect, no body there, 3 cabins to use and a beautiful view from the cliffs out to the Pacific Ocean. We had steaks and vegie curry for dinner then topped it off with S’mores (roasted marshmallows and chocolate squished between two graham crackers), a ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed