Fairfield Inn And Suites Portland Airport
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... naiively had no idea that Portland was the “rose city” prior to arriving there, and was delighted to see roses literally everywhere. Some yards had little planted, but even those had a few rose bushes it seemed. The rose gardens were just awesome. We were there at a great time as they were all in bloom. It was not difficult to spend over an hour meandering through rows upon rows of all types and colors of roses. We ventured up to ...
... Portland, that's certainly not out of the question. The rest of our stay in the city was relaxing as we got a few loose ends tied up and and had another gentle stroll around Washington Park and the rose garden. We also met a couple from near Derby who were doing an ambitions round-the-world trip. The girl was originally from the Czech Republic and her hybrid accent gave us a laugh or two. Less amusing was a a final ordeal with Randy on the Monday evening as he 'borrowed' my tablet ...
... to the brink of greatness, we grabbed one one drink in the gardens and gave out our team awards. Chris: Champion Britt: Most Improved Stebbs: Most Consistent Toneman: Coaches Award (for sportsmanship) We ended our night with some great food cart meals and "The Bourne Identity," which Tony apparently needed to see as an integral part of the early two thousands he had ...
... It is hard to believe the property fell into disrepair after the last family member moved from the house in 1958. The City of Portland purchased the property in 1964. The French Renaissance mansion has been restored and offers self-guided as well as guided tours. Our visit here was a delight!
Next stop was downtown ISO lunch at a food trailer! An entire city block ...
... would hold up photos and ask "Have you seen my husband/son/daughter/loved one?" Those brave firefighters had a very difficult time choking back tears as they would have to say they had not. How sad a time in our Country's history and how many thousands of lives were changed by the events of that day.
Honor those who have sworn to protect and serve our great nation.... and may I remind you........NEVER FORGET.