Fairfield Inn & Suites Portland North Harbour
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... the Governor Tom Walker Waterfront Park. This park with its wide walkways runs along the Willamette River with great views of the city skyline and many bridges. Here you find yourself among many walkers, joggers, and other local denizens. The steamboat Portland is docked here and serves as the Marine Museum. The park leads you right up to the Old Town area with its many buildings from the 1870's, to Chinatown which is unremarkable, and to the Pearl District with lots of 4 and 5 ...
... to his home! What an amazing street! The homes couldn't of been anymore of how I had imagined traditional American homes with porch and all! We was introduced to Tim, Eriks room mate and settled in. Ready to set off we headed back to town to visit the once biggest independent bookstore the the world. Armed with a map we set off and got lost in walls of books! After purchasing a few great finds the only next thing we could do is set off to Man V Food Voodoo Doughnuts! ...
... surprise to find a nearly full parking lot. It seems that we’re not the only people to have fallen for their rose pinot noir! We taste while taking in the great views and need little persuasion to by a case to be shipped back to California.
Not too much further on to Portland the “other” costal city in the Pacific Northwest. Liberal, trendy and very bike-friendly, Portland does very much have the feel of Seattle’s little sister. Everyone we speak ...
... This morning started with another trip to the VA for a followup on my bladder cancer. Another day of good news as I am still cancer free. Back home to celebrate with a bottle of Champagne that had been chilling since Saturday. This was the first chance to pop the cork.
Yesterday I received a text from a good friend that said he was having Travel Blog withdrawals. I laughed and decided I had better let everyone know what is going on.
Yesterday was just a single, solitary rainbow day in the Gorge. A great morning in the pear grove, playing with Sadie, a complete breakfast, including Sriracha and, breakfast football.
All was good until Buffalo threw a pick threatening a score and KC ran that back for a 100 yard plus TD. Damn you KC. (FYI, Broncos on a BYE.) Watching football this early on a Sunday morning is bizarre.
No wonder the ...