Hampton Inn Portland East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... brown skates with loop laces that were not long enough to reach up the skate to tie it tightly enough to support my foot. This meant after about 45 minutes of skating I would have to bail out as my ankles were killing me from a lack of support on the slippery ice. After I found my "ice legs" it was a lot of fun to start with, slipping and sliding on the ice we got the hang of it before too long. Once I had ...
... day that Ms. Stebbins took a spill off a curb and sustained the worst injury of the trip, a gross looking cut to the top of her ankle. We cleaned her up though and she was ready to adventure on. Thinking we had to take advantage of the sunshine, we drove to play golf at Edgefield, a former farm that now houses a series of par three golf courses, art vendors, over ten bars ...
... friendly. It was nice to see that in a city of that size.
Several people recommended OMSI (Oregon Museum of Science and Industry), so we checked that out the next morning. We were excited because we got in free with our St. Louis Science Center membership, and the place was really cool. I spent an hour doing brain teasers with Dean while Iris and Molly played in the kids room. They had a huge section of lifelike ...
We thanked Michael as he rushed off for another meeting and we went and had lunch in the main food hall.After World HQ we drove to the Company Store where I exercised the full perks of my job.
No tax minus my discount meant we saved about 60-70% off full retail compared to Australia.
We spent a while in there ...
... grassed, pathed and pedestrianized, eventually hitting the Saturday Market, which is mainly made up of handicraft and food tents. I picked up a thumb ring for $7. Been meaning to buy one of those for years and years. Further down the river I passed a guy playing an acoustic guitar whom I overhead a conversation of on the bus to the hostel. He $6is basically touring the country, travelling and playing as he goes. I gave him a buck, he gave me a CD. Shame I have nothing to ...