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.
... Leverage. This episode of the show, which films in Portland, was the first actually set in that city. Additionally, the pink box has appeared in the second episode of season one of Grimm and the episode "Like a Virgin" of Supernatural.
It was Thursday when we ventured downtown to visit Voodoo. This is the only day of the week that they make the “Kelly's Jelly” doughnuts. Each week there is a ...
... We sat outside with a view of a tiled VW bus. Later we were also denied ice cream at Salt and Straw due to an obnoxious line...at BOTH locations. Ridiculous. We cuddled instead. And slept the best we have yet on our trip. Thank you, Willamette.
Willamette was a real dream come true for me. I definitely want to return and despite Michael's protests, I want to run my own ...
... is important, yes, but all of my best experiences traveling took place when I made the decisions that traditional blogs would have warned against. For men it seems, traveling is an adventure, something to be forged filled with risks and crazy bad decisions. But for women, traveling is something to weary of and all the advice is about how to avoid things. Travel never has, and never will be about avoiding things.
So with that ...
... go away-- because the support doesn't only come in boxes and envelopes at Christmas, it comes in warm hugs and encouraging words.
I am so blessed and feel so thankful for the village that has raised me. I know my village will always be there, and that if I ever fall, my web will catch me. Thank you all so much for the countless opportunities you have already provided, and the ones you have created in your web that I have yet to discover and experience.