Extended Stay America - Portland - Gresham
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... plot, there were hundreds of plots and I didn't know which one was theirs. I walked along row after row and was having a really hard time locating it. I started to worry that I might not be able to find it. Will assured me that we would find it. We split up and searched, but Will eventually found it. I almost immediately overcame with emotion. I frantically cleared off the grass that had been thrown onto it from the whipper sniper and ...
... throughout the city centre. The main differences I could see:
the waterfront wasn’t as nice, it had a bizarre amount of bridges, and there
were many more homeless people. We
called our accommodation contact Tam, who we’d chatted to in the days prior,
and he sent us his address and told us to meet him there. It was over the east
side of town, across one of the many bridges, so we got a taxi and at the end
of a very hipster street, ...
Another slow start with brunch at the Kitchenette in Tribeca and then wandering around the area discovering galleries and shops and checking out new streets. Shea gets off a little early and we head out to Ward 3 for cocktails, before dinner at Sarabeth's. Another outstanding meal with special deserts. Dave heads home, but Shea and Pat stop at Mark Forgione's bar for drinks. ...
... cooked by Omar (BUM's friend) and had an amazing meal! We then headed to the end of an American college football game! The atmosphere was amazing! We got some good photos and saw some of the best fireworks we'd ever seen! Beautiful night and very relaxing! We left early this morning for an 8 hour trip to Portland. We arrived this afternoon and after settling in we walked into town to get some dinner. We smelt some good food and wondered into ...
... 20 minutes, a max of 30 writing each day – so if words are not making sense, please forgive me. I write quickly to get my impressions down while their fresh (I don’t have the same memory I’ve had in the past) and clear my mind so I can start tomorrow with fresh eyes.
Tomorrow we’re off to a cabin on the McKenzie River. I’m not sure if they have internet, but if they do I will post!