Fairfield Inn & Suites Portland North Harbour
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A walk down to Powell's Books to get a book for Spencer, and then to the Chinese Garden, and a walk back to the dorm at PSU. Via Portlandia and Kathy's old apartment.
And we walked by this cool sign: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmDWKAD ...
We've been a bit slack the last few days keeping the blog up to date so for those actually waiting for it - my apologies, if not well no harm done!
Ok to bring you up to speed quickly as GoT is on HBO in 11 minutes and I have every intention of subjecting the whole family to it despite being the only one who watches it:
Last Wednesday, after a long nine hour flight from Seoul (with Korean - note - lots of legroom!!) arriving in Seattle before ...
... of the most eclectic in Portland. The neighbourhood is known for its wonderful old restored homes (much like the painted ladies of SF), liberal residents and quirky feel. Very much like King Street, Newtown in Sydney. So many great little shops, especially thrift shops. There are of course two Powell's book stores, but also a great toy store, a great wine shop, a few wonderful shops with interesting gifts. The shops are a paradise for the vintage shopper ...
... want to leave once they arrived! The Portlandian people are also extremely friendly and welcoming. I have met lots of wonderful people here from those that were introduced by mutual friends to those cheerful folks that just said hello in the street. And that’s totally the norm… Hello Portlanders you friendly bunch you!
The first couple I will tell you about are Justin and Julie. My friend Sif (hello!) in Leeds lived in Portland for a while and put me in ...
... We had a nice picnic lunch at the top while we enjoyed the view.
After Dog Mountain, we headed over to nearby Multnomah Falls to get our daily waterfall fix. We decided we hadn't had nearly enough climbing, and we hiked to the upper viewpoint at Multnomah Falls (2.6 miles, 700 feet in elevation gain).
It was a really terrific day! Lots of beautiful sights. We ended the day with a well-earned local beer. ...