Fairfield Inn And Suites Portland Airport
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... Bourbon. No, there was no sharing. This was just about as good as our hometown Graeter's.
We wanted to take the streetcar since Cincinnati is building a streetcar and Portland is touted as one of the models. Fare was reasonable, $1 for two hours. Not sure how they know if you paid or not since once you got on, no one checked for tickets. One of the great features was the electronic sign that told you when the next streetcar was coming. The streetcar was clean ...
... I got the camper set up, Dave joined us and we went out to dinner. My cousin Gary and his wife Toni met us at the restaurant and we made some plans for Friday.
Gary came by and picked me and Dave’s canoe up on Friday morning and we went for a paddle on the Willamette River which flows through the city. Gary was the perfect tour guide, knowing the city’s history and the buildings along the river. We paddled some three miles ...
... Federation of Rose Societies. Many people were milling around in the rose garden. The roses are beautiful. It is a must to see in Portland, and it is free. This is really what I wanted to see in Washington Park.
Hunger was driving us to find something to eat. There was a hot dog stand outside the visitors' center, but one of us is a vegetarian. We had to find something else. We walked, and we walked, and we walked. I asked some people ...
... Portland is fantastic and the little details of the bridge’s embellishments – gargoyles, lanterns and iron touches give it a rather Gothic personality. I especially loved the interesting little bungalows across the street with their lush gardens and moss leaden roofs. The other herd of cats walked to the Chinese Garden and marveled over the peonies!
Old friends, Tom and Patti ...
... for first one thing and then the next, so when she finally got on her second leg, all she wanted to do was curl up and pass out. The plane taxied out to the runway and started to pick up speed and then the pilot slammed on the brakes and came to a screeching halt. There was a lot of talk in Russian and then someone said something about "a technical issue" and they headed back to the terminal. After an hour or so of sitting around , they finally confessed that there is ...