Fairfield Inn & Suites Portland South/Lake Oswego
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Thermidor. Followed by Tiramisu & Bourbon bread & butter pudding. A wonderful end to our San Francisco visit. We then hopped on a cable car and hung onto the sides. This was a huge highlight, as it was so much fun and one of those memories that you lock in forever We then grabbed our bags and headed over the bridge to Emmeryville to catch our train. We boarded and found our sleeper car. We then headed to the Parlour Car for a glass or two of wine and ...
... rain. We wanted to head over to the International Rose Test Garden and waited for the bus. After it didn’t come for a while, I checked the sign and apparently it doesn’t run on weekdays after Labor Day. So we made the mile or so hike through Washington Park to the garden. What a beautiful garden! With literally thousands of rose bushes in nearly every color of the rainbow, it was truly spectacular. Even in the light drizzle, we spent a while walking ...
... 50 cents to finish our laundry and someone in the gift shop offered it to us. Small things but still nice people.
We decided to take the bellhops advise on dinner and went to the top floor of the tallest building in Portland to eat at the Portland City Grill. It just so happens that the building was 2 blocks away from us so that helped with the decision as well. The bellhop told us we should just eat ...
... 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 ...