Extended Stay America - Portland - Hillsboro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... t eating at Red Hill Market! I had visions of the line at Franklin’s Barbeque in Austin which would mean at least a two hour + wait! We got lucky and only half those people stopped at this delicious restaurant. We were probably only in line for about 20 minutes which took us about that long to read the entire menu as it is extensive. None of us were disappointed with our food choices – ...
Happy Easter everyone! What goes best with Easter Sunday, just a nice little Frisbee tryout. As I said last night, I got up at 6:30 in the morning, because I had to bike into Gresham, to catch a train at 7:55, to get to a bus stop at 8:40, in order to catch a bus at 9:00, to get to the fields by 10:00. I thought I was going to go to Lewis and Clark practice, but instead I went to a mixed team tryout. At this tryout, I met ...
... sign by the river Willamette( rhymes with dammit!) and view across the city and many bridges - reminded me a little of Newcastle. The highlight of this part of town was a retro games arcade, Ground Kontrol where we stopped for quite a while - great 80/90s video games and pinball in a huge dark hall with snacks and beer( only after 5pm and after chucking out of underagers A walk into Chinatown for another craft beer pub ... this one ...
Yesterday seemed like a quick day. We disembarked from the cruise on our own...someone asked if we were sure that we can handle our luggage...we've been carrying it for 15 days straight, so we are pros at this point. We got a taxi to the train station. Nice thing about King Street Station...they have a whole seating area for people that need assistance. This might not see like anything special, but within 5 minutes of us ...
... in that as well as travel. Along with that comes a sense of cost and value awareness- is the cost of trip X worth $Y when I could make another choice instead? If I already have debt of $Z, do I want to add to that?
Then there's home-owning, pet-having, and daily tasks at both work and home that can be hard to break away from- and sometimes we like being connected and don't want to break away. If life is good, it can be easy not to travel.