Embassy Suites Portland - Washington Square Hotel
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- 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 ...
... enough for us, although we were really pleased that we'd done all three and set aside our uncertainty at the start of the day. We wanted to finish off by seeing a bit of modern Portland, so headed to the incredible and famous bookshop, which to be honest seemed to have as many books as the British Library! They call it a 'City of Books', and we could see why. It was brilliant, but we made sure not to get drawn in or lost, and headed on to the even trendier area of town - ...
... Hall rededicationWe also rededicated the Expansion Hall here at Ananda Laurelwood last evening to renew the energy, and open it up to new uses. I ...
... s doc is Ally Howe, a super sharp primary care/ sports medicine Doctor from Portland, Maine (the OTHER Portland). Ally traveled by herself a couple of days after we got there. She also had a trip from hell. Actually, her trip put mine to shame. She had an overnite from the east coast to Frankfurt followed by a 10 hour layover in the Frankfurt airport, followed by another overnight flight. At least in theory. Thanks again to Aeroflot (or aeroflop I like to say) her plane ...
... into the core and spend a little more time and money. That being said, Portland has a significant homeless presence that isn't isolated to ghettos or districts. Perhaps that's a good thing. You can't turn a blind eye to it. Our first stop was Boy's Fort which we'd spied yesterday. What a great store. A must see for eclectic tastes. Think Urban Outfitters but instead of mass produced 'cool' the products are made by a select number of local artisans ...