Extended Stay America - Portland - Beaverton - Eider Court
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We are almost there! Tent trailer airing out one last time. Gonna make our bed, put all of the blankets and pillows in there and then close it up. Let me tell you, our tent trailer is not the typical tent trailers you think of. It is literally a bed and a floor, no kitchen, nothin'. Gonna be in the car for 2 months with my husband and 6 year old son. WE WILL ...
... barfed and went home with Mom. Lovely. As for the rest of us we stayed and skied/boarded. It was 10 time better than the best day at Roundtop. The mountain's just so BIG. We had the best snow day ever. For lunch we ate at Le Chamois, the pizza place owned by the Silverman's friends. It was amazing. Homemade dough. Squaw is also home to the worlds first ski - in, ski - out Starbucks. How's that for progress? When we got home, we watched Daddy Day Care on the couch before going outside ...
... bus going in another direction than usual - through some cool areas of Portland actually - and on to another train, with the stop very close to the restaurant. We got there about 20mins late, but I guess that's the deal when you're reliant on public transport. After an enjoyable dinner Julia & Kirk gave us a ride back to the motel as that's the area of town where they were also staying. Fall gratefully into ...
... delivered in England in 1930, articulated his now well-entrenched idea of the indivisibility of the human race, the unity of mankind. And if that weren't enough, it was during this period of his life that his inner painter emerged. Originally starting out as doodles in manuscripts, these doodles grew into mixed-media paintings which very soon resulted in his first solo exhibit in Paris, where all artists have their fledgling exhibit, ...
... the mass exodus out of Corvallis.
Getting out of town was slow, but lucky for me I have this uncanny ability to completely zonk out dead asleep whenever I so choose, a trick that comes in pretty handy in times like post-game traffic.
Now I find myself in PDX (once again! Is this my second home?), contemplating the next couple of weeks, and the places I will go. The main purpose of this trip is fairs, ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed