Hilton Garden Inn Portland/Lake Oswego
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... as they looked (which is to say very).
I had a lot of nice roommates in Portland, including two Australians, a Colombian, an American who was in town for a steampunk convention, and Two Lovely Ladies from New Jersey who were on a road trip back there from Seattle. The two Australians went to Powell's and brought back favourable reports and three books apiece so I was quite excited when my appointed book shopping day (4 July ...
... Thermidor. Followed by Tiramisu & Bourbon bread & butter pudding. A wonderful end to our San Francisco visit. We then hopped on a cable car and hung onto the sides. This was a huge highlight, as it was so much fun and one of those memories that you lock in forever We then grabbed our bags and headed over the bridge to Emmeryville to catch our train. We boarded and found our sleeper car. We then headed to the Parlour Car for a glass or two of wine and ...
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 ...
... pulling a heavy suitcase up a huge flight of stairs!
Since I arrived late, I just got something easy to eat and then relaxed watching Netflix on my computer.
The next day I decided to go on the free walking tour that had good reviews on tripadvisor. It was an excellent tour! Since I didn’t really know Portland very well and really had no real idea of what to do in the city, this seemed like a great option that allowed me to see a lot in a ...
... our long drive to Seattle with barely enough time to complete our sound check. The gig went well. Huw’s on stage banter took him to new and wonderful places as a crowd member repeatedly recommended a local Ice Cream parlor that was apparently voted 3rd best Ice Cream parlor in the U.S. We never visited unfortunately. Big shout out to the girl named Epiphany who we dragged in from the streets and followed us on to Portland ...