Fairfield Inn & Suites Portland South/Lake Oswego
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... moment to enjoy as we go about our daily lives.
I've starting taking pictures of these pieces of art to share here. I will add new pictures when I can. Some of the artwork is permanent; some are rotating pieces on loan from the artists.
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... add to that a moving train and it ain't pretty. Nuff said! I then try to nap, which only results in Andrew snoring his head off. We watch the scenery stay the same for a few hours, occasionally with glimpses of lakes, rivers and snow capped mountains. Before we know it we head to the dinning room for our lunch reservation. We order the hamburgers and they are surprisingly good. When seated you have to pair up with another couple, so this results in lots of chatting ...
... bridge-yellow green from lichen and down a narrow freefall of 213 feet, with a nice foot bridge crossing over the base. We stopped for a while and took some pictures, but couldn’t spend too much time as there were many more to go. McCord Falls, just upstream of Elowah, is also here, but it would be another couple of miles to view the falls, so we had to pass on this one.
Leaving John B. Yeon and heading ...
... old switchboard on the wall. They had tiny water fountains in the halls and some of the classrooms became hotel rooms and some were rented out for private parties. The detention room still had the sign outside the door but had become a bar! Hilarious! The gym was turned into the movie theatre and they had couches and armchairs as seats with coffee and end tables between them. They had a full restaurant and ...
... fish, and, of course, pastries. When you order something at a restaurant, you say, for example, “Je vuex du buerre avec bifteck,” meaning “I’d like the butter with steak”. However, butter, itself, is almost never served on the table, unless it’s requested.
The national sport in France is pickpocketing. The Louvre is such a popular spot that busloads of young pickpockets come from as far away as Romania ...