Hilton Garden Inn Portland Airport
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While we're writing this we've been up for nearly 24 hours straight...and therefore not thinking completely straight!
We started our trip off with PDX Burgerville and feet Selfies on the beloved airport carpet (it's a Portland thing....our carpet is being replaced at the airport and we just can't seem to let it go).
After landing in Iceland, we took a bus to the Blue ...
... Much to the delight of the boys it was right next door to a large high school that had soccer fields, a baseball field and: a basketball court!!
Over the next few days, when the weather was good and there was time, the boys played Bball on the court, sometimes against some of the locals, sometimes against a tall, very rusty Dutchman.
The following days were spend exploring Portland, a bit of shopping, eating at the food trucks and ...
Today was a day with Michael as he planned to show us the beautiful surrounds of Portland. We started driving east from Portland. First stop for breakfast - Historic Edgefield at Troutdale. Encompassing a 74-acre parcel of farmland at the mouth of the spectacular Columbia River Gorge Scenic Area, Edgefield is a 20-minute drive from the center of downtown Portland. Built in 1911 as the county poor farm, this has now been restored by ...
... to book online but had been full. As I was starting to get a little bit concerned about where I was going to sleep for the rest of the week we went in and just by chance they had a couple of nights free. Aaaand relax.
Monday was sponsored by lots of great food and drink as me and Sharon spent the afternoon going to various places that inevitably had pancakes (with Sharon's friend Skye), tea, margaritas etc etc etc. The Chinese gardens were beautiful - very peaceful. ...
Today we went up to the top of Mt Hood to see the snow. Up at the top it was 45 degrees fahrenheit which is about 5 degrees celsius!!!!! We were up there for about 4 hours, we had snowball fights, made snowmans and snow angels. But the best bit was sitting on Mark and Sharon's snowboards and tobogganing down the ski field, so much fun!!! On the way home we went past a waterfall which was really pretty. We also went out for Mexican which was really ...