Fairfield Inn & Suites Portland North Harbour
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... home I slept easily that night!
Day 6 - Waking up refreshed it was time to say goodbye to Portland And head to the coast, Lincoln City. Jen did so well driving and we arrived safe and sound at the beach! Experiencing our first American Big Mac we was greeted by the smell of the sea and loud seagulls. Our hotel the Quality Inn has an amazing view of Devils Lake and the Pacific just a short distance away. Not just ready for the Pacific we headed to the liquor store ...
So, today was my last day here in Seattle. I'm taking off bright and early tomorrow morning for Seattle. Then again, it's only a two hour drive.
Let's just get all the boring information none of you care about (except my family) out of the way, shall we? The capital of Oregon is Salem, and two important cities besides it are Portland and Oregon City. It joined the union in 1859 with the motto Alis volat propiis, ...
DAY 6: JUNCTION CITY - PORTLAND 144 MILES
DAY 7: PORTLAND 0 MILES
Continuing our northward journey, we head for Portland via the Willamette Valley and northern Oregon's wine country famous particularly for its pinot noir. Dinner the previous evening was at Café Soriah, a Mediterranean restaurant in a Eugene suburb where we’d imbibed a particularly nice pinot noir rose from the Colene Clemons winery close to the main wine towns of McMinnville and Newberg. So ...
... when I arrived. I was not impressed, especially having coming from Seattle where it did not rain once, not one lousy drop (seriously, it does nothing but rain there on Frasier). Anyway, as I'm tucking into my rather scrummy burger, one gentleman informs me this heatwave is so hot it's too much even for local Portland people, while another gentleman at the table on the other side of me is lamenting the fact that his wife ...
... is huge & worth visiting. Next time I would plan a hike.
- Vegas doesn't really require a plan, take it as it comes. But definitely go to a live show & take as much money as you can afford to part with to gamble.
- I'd recommend going to the top of the Stratosphere Tower at night to see the view (if you stay at the Hotel it's free for guests).
Best Restaurant - Mexican tie between Super Sergio's ...