La Quinta Inn Suites Salem
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Heated pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
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... lazy day. In afternoon we drove to a fruit/veg place where Gary bought lots of blueberries-Sharon 'let’ him wash and package them-a first for him. We stopped at another produce place and I bought 2 jars of honey. Hot out but had fun. Tonight all 3 of us walked-3 miles around another neighborhood. Gary BBQed steak, Sharon and I fixed salad, fried zucchini and some potato salad. Good meal out on the patio.
July 7th-Tuesday—Up ...
... costed me a lot of effort to keep the soapbox on the road and really exhausted me. I had to stop every 1,5 hours to get some energy. Finally we reached Salem. Salem is Oregon's State Capital and is definitely worth seeing. A lot of old buildings. The Art Deco State Capital is really beautiful. On the inside it is nicely decorated with paintings of Oregon history. We walked around Salem and sat down on ...
... her again next week-the last concert of the year. After there I walked a couple blocks in the other direction to the grocery store-for shampoo and choc chips and ended up with fresh salmon and 2 small cacti and cheese and a few other things! Glad I had taken a bag with me. Back home to the cats. They have managed to ‘throw up’ 5 times in the short time I have been here! I have a small flashlight with a laser and one of the cats is going ...
June 1st-Sunday—I slept in this morning and decided this would be a stay at home in my pj's day!! Just laid around all day, reading, games on computer and played with the cats. Everyone needs days like this now and then!!!
June 2nd Monday—Overcast, but finally cleared a bit in the afternoon. I had good intentions of getting out today, but just not nice enough. Talked to Rindy and we will try to get together before ...
Nothing like starting our morning with a sugar high at Portland's famous Voo Doo Doughnuts before driving to the more cultural part of our day, the wine country of Willamette Valley. At Voo Doo, we were visually greeted by pepto bismal colored interior and exterior walls – even the boxes were in this color. (You do what you have to do to sell a product and this is a great marketing ploy). It sold ...