Embassy Suites Portland - Washington Square Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Indoor 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 ...
... sped along rather merrily, with Dawna winning hand after hand, but then Karen said "last hand" and the card gods smirked. It went on and on. We must have reshuffled the played cards a dozen times. In the end, the game only ended because Gabe put down a spade so Dawna could go out. If only we had kept an official time on that last hand -- we are convinced our game would have had a place in the "Guinness Book of World Records" as the longest played single hand of Crazy ...
... listing the food carts of Portland (www.foodcartsportland.com), but be aware as it's not always up to date!
Portland has a flair of an industrial city, and so there is not much sightseeing to do. One of the highlights is the Pittock Mansion which we visited only from outside and from where you have a great view over the city. Another interesting thing are the many bridges that connect the two sides of Portland - some ...
... and putting them through tubes, playing with the toys, and running around all over the place. We spend quite a bit of time here, until we are due to go into the planetarium show where we bought tickets. Unfortunately, Lavinia is still in the Sherlock Holmes exhibit, and apparently, she had to turn her mobile phone off. So there is no way of contacting her. We wait at the doors for as long as possible, but in the end, it ...
... times. As we head back, we keep in contact via our phones again, and arrange to stop in at the Multnomah Falls, as we figure there will not be as many people there anymore. We are also a bit further away from the actual falls, so it’s easier to find a place to park. Eight years ago we wandered around more and walked up to the bridge between the dual falls, but this time we stay near the base, as it is after 6pm already!