Extended Stay America - Portland - Tigard
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Smoking rooms available
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... found a couple. We'll definitely want to go back.
We made one more stop, Salvation Army Boutique, also on SW Pacific Hwy/Hwy 99. This is an upscale Salvation Army. It's not very big, but it does have some decent stuff. I probably wouldn't go here often, but it'd be worthwhile to check every now and then.
Anyway, we had a great time. I think we'll have a lot of fun thrifting at these places and so many more in the Portland area.
... a doubt, Jannie was with us in spirit that day.
It was Monday before the final members of the family were gone and life started to settle down. I have been home for 12 days and have not been on bike once since my return. Time and weather are working against my riding, at least outside.
It has been a roller coaster of emotions for the past two weeks. Life is not easy, but it certainly is an adventure. Life is good. ...
... Mel throws a bag of McDonald's out the other. A Bush-Cheney bumper sticker curled on the back window. Max Webster on the FM. Anyway. The hotel near a train stop is perfect. It's a simple system to navigate and a day pass for an adult runs you $5. Downtown Portland is lovely. It is surprisingly like Calgary's downtown in appearance, at least with respect to the older buildings mixed with modern business architecture. There are, however, far more green-spaces and ...
... hotel from our coupon book that was close in to the city but unfortunately you get what you pay for and it was not a good choice, so we spent waht we saved on accommodation on a nice meal at Veggie Grill, one of a chain of vegan restaurants, in downtown Portland then walked around downtown and the ...
... by where they are and what they see and experience. And in the online world, some like to share it all digitally with friends and family.
I admit, I am often too busy traveling and will say I'm going to write when I get home. I'm more likely to write when I'm NOT traveling, as writing is often sometimes akin to traveling when once is not out and about.