Hilton Garden Inn Portland Beaverton
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... familiar, but it is set amongst suburbia here, as opposed to the familiar flyby in The Simpsons opening credits.
So we keep going up to Washington Park to have a look around and wander through the International Rose Garden. It’s a bit too damp to go to the playground and unfortunately, the view of the mountain isn’t there today due to the clouds. But we did enjoy stretching our legs. We need to get back to have some lunch, so back ...
... what we thought was a Gondala ride. However it turned out it was a lift from the bottom of one hospital to the top if the hill. We still paid and got on, great views! By this time we were a little hungry and we has spotted a little food cart selling yummy food, we stopped off to order. Meanwhile... Yep... The Portland weather set in yet again! So another run back to the car with the poncho and umbrella in hand... Then a quick drive by to pick up a fork for our food. ...
... can’t handle the ingredients of the brunch dishes so he goes for over-medium cooked eggs and a homemade biscuit – nice and safe. Remembering the oysters of the Oregon coast from our last trip, I order the Hangtown Fry which is scrambled duck eggs tossed with mixed greens, fried oysters and toast. Oh my G, the crispy & crunchy breading of the oysters had a soft inside and were so flavorful, as did the duck ...
... if you give the guides enough time, they can chart your life for you, if you care to know what the future holds.
Another highlight about which I didn’t write was the story of Ranthambore National Park, located in Sawai Madhopur. Because Dick and I, with our OAT group, were lucky enough to ...