Hilton Garden Inn Portland/Lake Oswego
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... by my insurance to go over my health. A big waste of time as everything she asked about was already in my records. Back home and cleaned the leaves (it looks like fall instead of spring here) from the back and front patios. Later swimming with Phil—the water is warm and feels good to just float around in it. I even swam a couple of lengths, a lot for me! We debated on a lot of places for dinner and I was going to cook here ...
Our day started on our knees, as it does every morning. Then reading's, discussing and review of our plans for the day.
Packed the car. spent time with some people of Love. Hugs and Kisses around and a brief drive ...
... to keep up with Dan and Ned when we get back.
Voodoo Doughnut!- Amazing, amazing donut shop. Perfect example of Portland’s brilliant weirdness. My favorite was the Portland cream- yum!
Powell’s Books- Biggest book shop in the US. I wasn’t expecting much but was blown away by the awesomeness of the squillions of books. Really well laid out. All those authors very inspiring.
Gary went for a run round the river (and then went on a bike ...
... was spent visiting the Saturday market. Talked to some old bible bashing tramp on the bus, but at least he had a beard I could aspire to. Then really randomly, it turns out a Swiss girl I travelled with for 2-3 weeks in Colombia, two years ago happened to fly into Portland the previous day (noticed on Facebook) so met up with her, had some (wait for it...) MORE food and beer, then jumped on my bus to Seattle absolutely smashed :) And that was Portland in a ...
... to compete there. A couple of weeks before we arrived, employees at the Louvre went on strike to protest the activity. In fact, the French government now requires pickpockets to declare their take as income and taxes them. Just joking.
France has an infinite number of churches. No matter how many you’ve seen, there’s always one more.
The guides for our cruise were uniformly excellent. They really knew their ...