Hilton Garden Inn Portland Beaverton
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Yesterday we went to the post office and mailed some stuff up to Kim's uncle. We decided to go into town and check everything out in there. We started with lunch at the food vans, eat street style. I had a qasadila, rice and beans Kim got a chicken Marsala. Both were huge and delicious. After that it was dessert time, so we headed for the next thing you do in Portland, Voodoo Donuts. I got the Portland Cream and ...
Why is it the longest part of the trip is the last leg to home? Bone-tired, eyes gritty from lack of sleep, dragging our fannies-and our bags- through the last steps out to the car. After 20 hours, we're home!
Portland is cool and damp after a couple of days of rain, balm to our parched spirits. Home looks so good, blooming flowers ...
... local foods. Sometimes the timing works out.Asparagus from Eastern WashingtonBeaverton Farmer's ...
... have time to debrief with her and be made aware of everything that's going on.
I will write another entry as soon as I can, possibly from the airport in Belgium, or from my hotel upon my arrival in Yaounde.
- Safe travels to Cameroon this week, and for all of my luggage to arrive with me :)
- Peacefulness in the midst of all of the adjustments to ...
... While most people are content to stop and see Horsetail, I knew there were more waterfalls in the area, so we hiked up the Horsetail Falls Trail (438) a short ways up to Gorge Trail (400). It was a little steep getting up there, but the scenery was amazing. We found a tree with a giant hole in the base, big enough for Sandy to crawl into. And occasional breaks in the foliage allowed wonderful views of the Columbia ...