Hilton Garden Inn Portland/Lake Oswego
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... 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 ...
... catapulted into what i like to call the 4th dimension of existence. I was to peace happiness and usefulness, in a way of life that is incredibley more wonderful as time passes." (pg.8 Big Book Alcoholic Anonymous)
... Kate for pizza and beer and got to see Maddie Pearl on her 25th. Happy Birthday, the Pearl of the Quarter! Sadie was happy to see a new face and glad to see Paul and Kate again. I think she is bored with me. After all I have done. I feed her, walk her, dry her bottom and play with her and all I get is kisses and nuzzles. OK, I can live with that. We will explore Portland some more and then off to the wild ...
... books, sample some "sipping chocolate", and eventually get a hearty vegetarian meal in the lobby of a yoga studio. So Portland. At this point Diane was getting a bit destructive so we returned to the hotel (passing a multitude of homeless locals) for bed. It is only 8:45 and both girls (and likely Zach as well) are sound asleep as I type on the tablet in the lobby (for the free Wi-Fi). It was a very full and exhausting day. And I'm OK.
... aren’t pronounced, and the other half are strategically placed to cause severe tongue or throat damage if the speaker doesn’t take proper precautions.
Ruth uses the word beaucoup, beaucoup.
Until next major trip, thanks for joining us on the ride, and now it’s time to say, “Au revoir.”
Ruth and Bill