Grand Hotel At Bridgeport
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... The gentlemen farmers We visited our long time good friends, Dambara and Manisha, who live just down the street. Having moved up to Oregon last summer at the same time we did, ...
After a week in the low 90's, it still only 20 degrees here at 10:30 am, with weather forecast : "The region is in for a full blast of winter conditions today and through the weekend."
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... letting him walk around the shop – and one of the shop assistants suddenly cries out "No animals allowed!" I turn around to then see the assistant exclaiming quite loudly and apologising to Lavinia when she realised it was a toddler on the other end of the leash!
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... or at least rolling our eyes) at the not-so-good times. The Burger King **** Attack seems light years ago now. The heat and smell though...that's still fresh. I'll sign off here lest I jinx the coming days. PS. How could I forget the trains! Henry was thrilled all day by the fact that trains were our primary source of transportation and that they moved through the city streets with the cars. The trains of Portland kept this kid engaged and he was, for the most part, easy to ...
We picked up the bikes at BWW of Western Oregon and, after packing up the gear, we headed northwest to Astoria,OR. Twisty roads through Douglas Firs was spectacular. A real conflict between spirited riding and taking in the sights. And I don't know whether I like the smell of deep pine forest or the sea breeze better. But, it didn't matter because there was plenty of both today.
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