Holiday Inn Gresham
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... bridges are pretty (they had the design institute help build the major intersection). It's considered the most "green" city on earth and due to the wonderful weather and the lack of Mosquitos there is a huge homeless population. Oh and there don't seem to be any ants so you can actually enjoy the parks and sit outside anywhere. Stumpville and Beervana are nicknames for ...
... never saw Manhattan, but I'm sure we'll see it at a later date. Everything looked pretty similar to Portland, but the we all noticed slight differences. Personally, I noticed the trees, there is a fair amount of trees here, but there are no evergreen/pine trees! Since that's the majority of the trees at home, I guess I didn't realize that pine trees do not in fact grow everywhere. That's all for ...
... I mentioned to Will that Portland is by far the prettiest place we have seen so far. We then headed from that little walk, over to the Portland Japanese Garden, and that place was magical. Waterfalls, maples, carp fish, water features and climbing staircases from stone. It was absolutely beautiful. It picked me up and made me feel a little better. We stopped at the gift shop on the way out and I saw some miniature Bonsai seed kits. They ...
... all different pale colours; red, green, yellow, and with the white skirting
boards and dark timber floorboards, I felt like a rich home owner. Seb and I
were given a room on the first floor, with two beds and not much else, while
there was a couple upstairs renting the master bedroom. We had our own bathroom
and all we had to do was share the kitchen and dining space, which we later
discovered was rarely used by our upstairs house mates. All this ...
... country. It makes you consider what is happening in your own backyard before you run off to save the rest of the world. But despite this obvious social imbalance Portland is a very beautiful city with a gorgeous public square in the centre of town and a long riverfront area with walking paths and sunny grassed areas. The city itself has a colourful vibe and is famous for beer and donuts, voodoo donuts infact and I have to say both of these commodities ...