Embassy Suites Portland - Washington Square Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... higher than some other stores, but it's not upscale thrift either, sort of in between.
From there, we went to Union Gospel Thrift (11611 SW Pacific Hwy/Hwy 99). This place was quite fun. It was closing before we had a chance to see everything, but the people were really nice, and there were definitely bargains to be had. This is one of those places where you might see a lot of junk before you find a really cool treasure, but ...
... in 2006. It is a beautiful building with incredible views of the Columbia River Gorge. There are five Cascade Mountains visible from the top, including Mt. Rainier and Mt. St. Helens. We leave here tomorrow and drive just a few miles to another park, where we will stay until the 5th of July. As much as we love where we are staying, they are kicking us out as they are booked over the holiday. We'll close for now, so we can go enjoy the sound of the rain. ...
... Google Hangouts with folks in other geographic locations. Usually we attend remotely via our iPad but this week I got to be here in person with some of ...
... the local Shari's restaurant.
During the event, everyone in attendance took a balloon outside and Ryan read a poem that his mother had written upon the death of her Grandpa Sampson. At the end of the poem, we had a moment of silence in memory of Jannie and then released the balloons. There was a photographer there that captured the flight of the balloons as they rose over the building. I see the word "Mom" in the ...
... jockeying for position) and then the hassle of trying to navigate in a strange city, and park the beast that is our Traverse. I can only imagine what the Prius and Smartcar drivers would have done when they saw us roll in, spewing fossil fuel emissions over their green-spaces. So many ironic hipster beards out of joint. The 'couldn't care' philosophy would have kicked in so it's mostly a moot consideration. Still, I like to imagine myself hocking a loogie out the ...