Extended Stay America - Portland - Vancouver
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to the same meeting and was considering it as a career for himself as well! After the information session, I felt almost instantly that I had found the answer to my prayers...everything made perfect sense..I realized I had always wanted to be a teacher and had simply not considered it as an international career plan! Within four months I had completed the class, received a job offer in a city called Jeonju ( that I knew nothing about) and was ...
... are really nice.
As in every US city, also in Portland people are very open and talkative. We also noticed a lot of people in wheelchairs, but it could be a coincidence only ;)
Last but not least, Portland has a very active music scene, with lots of concerts every day and also a lot of free music happening everywhere. It's definitely a city for students, chilled out people and those who are a bit more ...
... a cigar) and the Ol' Dirty B*stard (a mess of chocolate, oreos and peanut butter). Another fantastic and healthy recommendation by the show, but Ollie has yet to attempt one of the famous eating challenges...watch this space!
We could have happily spent days longer in Portland, and we definitely plan to come back in the future, but there's so much still to see in the US and so little time.
Next stop: a return to my childhood memories in ...
... 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.
... by the blast. In 1982 the US Government created the 110,000-acre National Volcanic Monument for research, recreation, and education. Inside the Monument, the environment has been left to respond naturally to the disturbance. In fact ecologically it is now more diverse than before the eruption.
We picnicked by Coldwater Lake, a new lake formed by the blast. It was really beautiful. We then continued to drive up to Johnston ...