Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Vancouver Portland North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... improved. The last day there we went to a street fair with a pig roast. Marti belly danced with her group and it was very entertaining.
... to the tours being given to school children. This is a place to visit again. We walked a couple of blocks to the Portland Streetcar and rode it to the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) at the end of the line. The dinosaur exhibit is the best that I have ever seen. The rest of the museum is more like the San Francisco Exploratorium. It is geared to hands-on learning for children. I purchased the museum package which came with a laser ...
... the Pacific Northwest region. Sandy was concerned on this trip that we might run into a bear while hiking to see waterfalls. Well, we didn’t see any bears on all our hiking adventures, but we did get to see quite a few at zoo. And from here, we could get good close-up pictures without the risks of coming across a bear in the wild. Next, we went to the Pacific Shores area and saw the sea lions, otters, penguins, and polar bears. With the cool weather, ...
... Scientology and looked around. We just wanted to read the exhibit but was put through a ringer of forms, of course. While in the building, we notice a walking protest was going on down the middle of the street with police cars blocking off the entire street for the walkers as they moved forward. The walkers were protesting the Pelican Bay Prisoner Rights.
Before going to bed, we made our way ...
... de rigeur in many societies, as they still are today.
Dick and I have never traveled to Egypt, unfortunately, however archeological research indicates that henna was used in Ancient Egypt to stain the fingers and toes of Pharaohs prior ...