Fairfield Inn & Suites Portland South/Lake Oswego
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Lake Oswego
... Day. Once there we wandered through some shops but they had hideous gaudy **** in them, that we wondered who on earth bought that stuff now Michael Jackson is dead? All the cafés were packed, so we jumped on a ferry and headed back to Fishermans Warf. By this time it was 6pm, so we found a special restaurant called Scomos and sat down for a lovely dinner. We started with crab cakes & shrimp cocktails. Then I had a wonderful cod in lemon butter and Andrew ...
... the children. A wonderful lunch and another drive in the rain to Lake Oswego, Oregon. We will not fellowship tonight, but will have a inventory and pray.
I have an opportunity to be decidedly happy today. "I was soon ...
... and trout around and over the Bonneville dam. Not a lot of ladder climbing today. Maybe the wife told them to get down off the ladder. Sadie and I also checked out this awesome dog park just outside Troutdale. I was just explaining to Sadie that horses are not big dogs when the sky opened up and washed away all the good smells and soaked us to the bone. No worries. But, still we bailed. Met up with ...
So we parted with hugs and our family wound our way through Portland on the way back to the hotel. We hit the Saturday Market (Sunday, too!), the riverside park, and even got a picture of Melina sitting on (not in but on) the world's smallest park. We hit a food cart just outside of our hotel and inhaled the amazing Vietnamese sandwiches in record time. Diane napped. We re-grouped. Then it was off to The Pearl district to ...
... in depth. When the French speak French, they seem to sing their sentences. When they speak English, they sing their sentences, as well. It’s actually uplifting and It all contributes to the great experience.
France has an infinite number of cities. The French go out of their way to make the names of their cities unpronounceable. For example, try these: Abreschviller, Sailly-Flibeaucourt, Magescq (not a typo), or Tacoigniere. Half of ...