Hilton Garden Inn Portland Airport
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... telling us all the cool places to go and things to do when we head south to Crater Lake and beyond. He also recommended we get a vegan doughnut from Voodoo Doughnut, which appeared on a show called Portlandia. Apparently they are amazing. He dropped us off directly above the Saturday Market on a bridge with stairs leading down. We had to zig zag through a few homeless people to get to the stairs but we were starting to get used to this now!!
... to say, because everything was so vastly different. But if I had to pick one thing, my visit to the Tetons was absolutely unforgettable. Hiking along Jenny Lake at the base of Grand Teton is an experience that has permanently imprinted itself in my soul. In all fairness, though, every moment of this trip has been incredible, and each stop along the way had its own distinctive pleasures.
Driving on my own for such long distances, as one might imagine, I got ...
... The World Domination Summit” - how cool is that? More about the conference shortly or check out www.worlddominationsummit.com.
Continuing the reminiscing back to Antigua - yes I’m coming to a point - on the glorious bus journey from Antigua to Semuc Chempey, Amanda and I had the pleasure of sharing this most awesome bumpy and hot bus ride with two guys who now are our good friends, Andy Vu and Evan Sekulic. You may have heard their ...
... these purchases, I walked to the movie theater and saw Captain America 2: The Winter Soldier. It was a good film and had lots of action in it. It also set up The Avengers 2, coming out over the summer, which I am super pumped for. I then walked to the gym that Elise was at, and caught a ride ...
... million as part of F.D.R.'s New Deal. The second powerhouse was built in 1972 at a cost of $664 million.
The generators produce over 1,000,000 kilowatts of power. Generator voltage is 13,800 and transmission voltages is 230,000 volts.
The largest turbines discharge 230,000 gallons of water a second and turn at 69.2 r.p.m!
The newest navigation lock is 673 feet long and 86 feet wide and fills or empties in nine to 13 minutes. ...