Extended Stay America - Portland - Gresham
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... time to make sure we had plenty of great pictures. I will share those when they become available. I captured a few shots on my camera and was able to get the family photo off facebook.
Although at times a sad occasion, it was a wonderful celebration in honor of sister, Jannie. Family is what it is all about.
... we arrange for me to take Miranda and William to another section of the museum, while Lavinia and George go to see the Planetarium.
Miranda and William want to go back to the kids area, but I manage to persuade them into the main section, where they are soon taken with more hands on exhibits, particularly with the black hole simulators, and the water pressure rockets. There are heaps more exhibits here, and ...
... if there is a playground the kids can run around in. But hang on a sec, have we just passed Lovejoy Street? And there is Flanders, and Kearney! I definitely recognise these names. And yes, apparently the inspiration for Springfield does come from Portland. Belinda lets us know that the school that Springfield Elementary is based on is near to where we are at the moment, so we stop at the local park and Lavinia and I go for a walk to get a photo. It sort ...
... your own manuscript into a novel. On Jessica's behalf, I was excited to find a Hardy Boys section, with one of each and every title published.
After a short rest at the hostel, we asked where we might find a pizza place for dinner. We were given two options: more expensive restaurant, or less expensive "sort of sports bar". Of course, we went for the cheaper option. The "sort of" sports bar had 28 wide-screen TVs, showing 6 ...
... for $20!).
Now I have had a genuine USA experience.
Note: all the Americans I have met have been so nice and genuine, even the guy buying a gun at Wall Mart…. its a crazy world that we live in….
p.s photos below are of the 2-days I spent in Portland and the drive inland up the Columbia River.