Hilton Garden Inn Portland Airport
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... out as planned until I made it to the Columbia Slough when the route I was planning on making was blocked by construction. I was not exactly sure how to make a detour, but what the heck why not just explore and see if I can figure it out.
So I started on what seemed like my best option and quickly found a nice bike path. Great I will follow that rote. So I biked and biked and biked and after an hour or so realized I had no idea ...
... We took a rather fast and wobbly cable car up to a hospital (of all places and rather randomly) but from their patio the views of the mountains (Mt. Hood and St Helens) and the city we quite spectacular. Grabbed the streetcar back to 21st Street to explore.
A trip to OMSI, their science museum was first off, however it was full of kids like a big, large slightly educational museum/playground. One ...
... so it is a novel experience. Having said that we did some damage to the credit card on a few items - Icebreaker Merino tops $25 Levi Jeans $40 Columbia Rain Jacket $22 North Face Fleece $10. I certainly could have done more but have to keep in mind the baggage allowance on our flight home.
There was a great treehouse in the mall as well. It's best features are the carved details of animals, the interior staircase that winds through ...
Sadly, the companions became less cheerful as Ta and Klemm could not continue on to Portland.
NONETHELESS, Portland is a very pleasant city indeed and Cumin, Fox, and Mouse walked all about, went on a tunnel tour (which was mainly about press gangs and white slavery), biked along the river, and saw a documentary about the royal families of Europe (pre-WWII)
Silly Fox for not noting more details in the notebook.
... was making ridiculous requests like eating only rice for dinner and then going for ice cream....we ordered sat down and Harlan started in because he can't be within a 50 ft radius of food and not be eating it. Cale was whinning about how long it was taking. Justin and I were about to lose our minds and then the food showed up!!!! YAY!!! BUT THEN Harlan didn't want frwnch fries he wanted to snatch rice off Cales plate and eat it by the handful and when ...