Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Cheney - University Area
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... but things are starting to shape up ... We have to schedule in some serious play time!
Wish you were here!
Jim & Connie and Rowdy too!
... no qualms. I apologized for the hassle and the woman, amazing packer that she was, got the four little jars added to my plastic bag without me having to give up one little shampoo bottle. I held my breath and said a prayer, and the bag finally went through! I stuffed everything back in and got out of the way for the next fortunate traveler.
We went to our boarding gate, but everyone there was made to wait in the lounge area. Pretty soon, we saw why. The ...
... June 20: Drive to Bayeux, see the tapestry in the morning, then in the afternoon we will take an Overlord tour of notable sites at Normandy.
... exploring Portland in the morning. The next day, we decided to try exploring the nature side of Portland. We drove up to Forest Park and hiked around for a couple hours, which also gave me a chance to break in my new hiking boots! Afterwards, we returned to Wynee's to do some laundry and prepare to entire back into the city. We browsed more shops in the Pearl District and walked toward the north side of Portland. For lunch we went to a place called "sushi sakura", ...
On Saturday we visited the Mt Hood Railroad and then it was into Portland where Cliff had found a model railway shop to purchase some more wagons for his collection.
Yesterday, as we drove along the Columbia River Gorge we left the trees behind and the mountains became various shades of green and grey where they were covered in lichen and moss. The scenery was lovely, forever changing, and we passed three more ...