Hilton Garden Inn Portland/Lake Oswego
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... with your new found friends. We stop at Salem, famous for its witch trials, then stop in Portland. We hop out and stretch our legs a bit We have four hours more until Seattle from Portland. Our train journey will end at the 23rd hour mark. Highly recommend this train Highlights: hanging onto the outside of the cable car, in the dark, with the crisp breeze on my face, laughing with my hubby Lowlights: Weekend crowds at Sausalito. Temperature: 22 - sunny but slightly cold ...
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 ...
... the highway, we entered Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area and soon were at the stop for our next waterfalls. We parked at the lot for Horsetail Falls, which can easily be seen from the road. This 200-foot waterfall is absolutely beautiful, but the area can get crowded due its ease of viewing. It is immediately clear where the waterfall got its name as the water takes the shape of horse’s tail is plunges down ...
... the theatre so you could order dinner and they would deliver it to you at your couch during the movie. We had a great dinner watching the movie "The Croods" and Bruce and I enjoyed a couple beer, almost feeling like we were on a date!
We felt it was important to provide the kids with a little art and culture between the Vegas shows and wineries so we took them to the Portland ...
... 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 ...