Hampton Inn Portland East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... We didn't have time to tour the on-site submarine, and I was disappointed that the laser lab was reserved for a private party. It's a place I could have spent a day or two. And I think the kids liked it too. During Iris' nap, I took Dean to Camping World to get some supplies, and he was excited to see the big rig they had in the showroom. It put our fifth wheel to shame, but sitting in it I could tell I wouldn't ...
... had a half beer to take with us on our quest to fill in the McMenamin's passport by taking photos of interesting artwork and finding clues to answer questions, etc to gain a 'stamp'. We will need to return at some point to this and other McMenamin's properties to complete our passport to win fun prizes, something we fully intend to do!
Today, after poor D packed us up in the pouring rain (we seriously ...
Driving along highway 30, it's starting to rain a little bit. This does give us a lovely rainbow as we are coming down the highway though. We keep driving down the highway, and start to see signs of a larger town as we get closer. Lavinia plugs in the address of where we are staying into Google Maps so we have turn by turn directions, and we make our way first over the Willamette, then along the I5 to North Portland. We find our motel, and there are places to eat nearby ...
... for $20!).
Now I have had a genuine USA experience.
Note: all the Americans I have met have been so nice and genuine, even the guy buying a gun at Wall Mart…. its a crazy world that we live in….
p.s photos below are of the 2-days I spent in Portland and the drive inland up the Columbia River.
... English. The contrasts are vast—immense wealth and terrible poverty; billionaires and beggars; the Maha Kumbh Mela (a mass Hindu pilgrimage of faith in which approximately 80 million Hindus gather to bathe in a sacred river) and mega malls; terrible inequities and Twitter. Contrasts indeed!