Hilton Garden Inn Portland Airport
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Our travels through Oregon were flat, buggy and not very exciting but we were headed to Portland and we were very excited! We arrived in the evening and stayed at a downtown hotel. After we showered and changed we headed out for a little night on the town…Andrew and Anne Maury style…pub crawl! First, let me set the scene of Portland…it's Saturday night and everyone is out in the city this night! We have seen a woman dressed as Mario (from the Nintendo game), ...
... My cousins are close to one another and enjoy each other’s company… and it was a delight and a blessing to be part of that. It was a wonderful few days and I totally enjoyed all of it. I am truly blessed to have such a delightful, loving and caring aunt, cousins and their spouses!
Tomorrow morning I will make some blueberry muffins to enjoy with our coffee and then hit the road for Bend, Oregon, and the first step of the journey back ...
No driving today.....spent the day exploring the city.
After the beautiful weather of yesterday we woke up to cold and rain. Despite this we wandered down town from the hostel for our 10 am bike tour of the city.
Portland or PDX as it is known to the locals is apparently renowned for its bridges (who knew?) and that was the focus of the tour. For a small city there are 11 ...
... and has the best, non-thinning hair in the whole wide world! Prior to the meal, they toured us around the funkier parts of Portland in a car they rented especially for us….that is worth many brownie points in my books. They own a Smart Car and a great red truck --- they probably had spent endless sleepless nights wondering how they would take the diva and husband around Portland. The Suburban was ...
... they'd won the lottery. They finally turned the phone around for her to read, faces beaming, and it said: "If you will wait just a moment, we will both go down on you." Now, Ally is happily married, but at that point, she thought, "what the hell, if there's a bed involved, I'm in." Note to self. Do not trust an online translator app... All in all, this has been the adventure of a lifetime. I don't know how I got so lucky. I had the chance to experience the Olympics ...