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... Portland, tried to contact Rick but not sure he will get my message, emailed Jeanie to see if we can set a date for Monica, Jeanie and me to get together. Our 4th roommate is in Bellevue WA and I can’t get ahold of her – have not heard from her in over a year- scary! Posie ate her dinner tonight-finally!
June 3, 2014-Tuesday---another overcast and cold day—temp finally, by evening was 68 degrees!! I had walking ...
... a nice grassed area. The entire drive was the same scenery which was hilly with trees everywhere but at least this was interesting to see rather than the flat terrain we had seen elsewhere, more so on the east coast. When we arrived in silver falls state park just outside of Salem, Oregon, which unfortunately isn't where the witch trials took place, we quickly dropped off the trailer and headed straight out again. We had planned on doing a 5 mile hike along a ...
... and 10 degrees warmer than Paris, hitting about 73 every day.
Our Paris hotel, the Hotel Beaugency in the Rue Cler neighborhood, was very good and a good value for a Paris hotel, with a neat clean serviceable bedroom, a large bathroom with a great shower, and an excellent location two blocks from a Metro stop and large grocery store. Hotel Le Colbert, our hotel in Avignon, was absolutely wonderful, charming, comfortable, a great ...
... capitol. Hence the views of the building are unobstructed. Oregon has had a run of bad luck with its capitol. This is the third capitol building, the first two destroyed by fire. In 1855 a fire swept through the newly constructed building and destroyed it. Its replacement was completed in 1876. In 1935 fire again destroyed this elegant statehouse that was modeled after the U.S. Capitol. The current building was dedicated in 1938. It is of Greek Modern architecture ...
... pay before leaving!
Juicy had suggested I stop at a historic town in Oregon, called Jacksonville. So glad I did! Having intended to spend only about an hour there, I walked around for about 3. I went antiquing (scoring an old fashioned ice cream scoop, a candy thermometer, and a commemorative coin from San Diego! That's the second uniquely San Diego item I've found at antique shops on this trip. Irony.) The entire town was classic mid-1800's style, a gold mining ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services