Fairfield Inn & Suites Portland West/Beaverton
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We are almost there! Tent trailer airing out one last time. Gonna make our bed, put all of the blankets and pillows in there and then close it up. Let me tell you, our tent trailer is not the typical tent trailers you think of. It is literally a bed and a floor, no kitchen, nothin'. Gonna be in the car for 2 months with my husband and 6 year old son. WE WILL ...
... We raced through the airport, which just seemed to keep going and going, finally deciding that we needed to turn back, and so settling on Subway. We got our sandwiches and went back to our gate where they had just started boarding. I only just got my sandwich finished before we needed to get on the plane. We ended up landing in Portland slightly earlier than scheduled and then had to wait about 30mins til our bags came through. Kirk was there picking up ...
... movements and for local self-governance, these in unison with Gandhi who, at the same time was becoming active politically and socially. It was at this juncture that the idea of abolishing the caste system, thereby assisting the masses to rise up and be self-sufficient, was put forth; but we all know that this wouldn't happen for years, until independence from Britain. And, some say it has never become a reality.
At the turn ...
... had a cheap hair cut. I met a Swiss guy called Ben also and we went to a cafe/bar called Blue Moon that night for food and beers. The next day me and the Swiss guy explored more of downtown, we went across one of the cities many bridges to get views of downtown. We also went to a doughnut shop called Voodoo Doughnuts which is huge in Portland and there is always a 30 min line just to get in the shop. Luckley we went when there was a short ...
... and hide in their for another hour. Slowly drying off.
The rest of my day was spent wandering around the downtown and china town area of Portland. I like to look for unusual aspects of the city and try feel what it is like to live in Portland. I was also conscious of the time, the Quebec group were cooking later and asked me to be back at the house by 6pm.
I even skipped having lunch as I was promised a feast in the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking