Hampton Inn Portland East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... were tasked with more planting of trees. He planted while I tagged previously planted ones and mulched them. At 11:45, we went inside for lunch, just as it started to rain. When we finished lunch, the rain had stopped, but it sprinkled a little later. As we were nearing close, it started to rain again, but we were done so it was ok. Afterwards, I fed the lambs and then ...
... walk through the fields, while others get on holding some large pumpkins! We keep going – Colin and Belinda mention they’ll get their Halloween pumpkins closer to the end of October.
After the ride we go to the shops. We’re all quite thirsty so I buy some juice for all of the kids. And here an interesting thing happens. We have had George on a leash for awhile, so he can walk around but not walk too far away. ...
... not the best but clean, cheap, central. No bugs ! Big cheap eaterie and bar next door. Spent the rest of day/ night wondering around downtown . A long walk via a well rough area with tents and shelters built on sidewalks got us to the groovy Pearl district for Ian's micro - brewery needs.i felt a bit ill but we stayed late and had a hilarious and characterful taxi driver who sang along loudly to his country cd of Alan Jackson ( apparently huge here !) was witty about life ...
... ice cream in Stevenson, Washington. Then across the river into Oregon on the Bridge of the Gods. Stop 6; Cascades Locks to learn a little history of the region. Stop 7; Multnomah Falls. Stop 8; Crown Point Vista; Stop 9; Womens Retreat vista; back to Garys and then to Joleens with a stop at McMennamins' Greenway Pub. Absolutely beautiful scenery all day long!!!
Monterosso al Mare is two towns in truth, with a short tunnel to connect the old and new
sections of the town. This is the most modern of the villages, and where most of the lodging is found as well as shopping in the boutiques of the Old Town. There is a large sandy beach accompanied by a strip beachside dining. This is the easiest beach in the towns
to access and hiking trails lead off in many directions to explore the countryside.