Hilton Garden Inn Portland Airport
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... pool. All of these are encompassed in manicured gardens whilst beautuful in winter you can imagine to be a kaleidoscope of colour and fragrance in the warmer months. After a hearty breakfast at the Black Rabbit Restaurant we set off to travel further up the gorge to view the various stunning waterfalls that this area is famous for.
Latourell Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, Horsetail Falls, Multnomal Falls and Benson Bridge are ...
... 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. ...
... with our presence. We had our eye on a bar 600m down the road (this never happens to a girl from the Coast!) but instantly changed our minds when Jack discovered another bar a bit further away with something very special to offer. Shuffleboard. Seb had played this game before in Arizona, but I was a first timer, and I wasn’t disappointed. Shuffleboard, or more accurately table shuffleboard or American shuffleboard (the ...
... quiche we ate at that other French pastry shop in the middle of somewhere. That quiche sucked plain and simple. The eggs were WAY over cooked. Spongy and unpleasureable. A night and day difference from the silky smoothness of our Portland quiche. And the leeks! Don't even get me started on the leeks! (AHHH there's a leek in the boat!) With buttery handmade crust the leek and mushroom combo was to die for I'm telling you. Can you tell I feel strongly about ...
With the pigs gone, the pig chores take so much less time. Brian and I split the bird chores, and then moved on to feeding the pigs that we still have. We still have a pen with a boar and 3 small females, as we hope to get some piglets, a pen with a castrated boar; who is being slaughtered on Saturday, and finally a pen with 3 older females. After doing animal chores, Brian ...