Holiday Inn Portland Airport (I-205)
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... roast coffee on the front of one of their bicycles. They were not roast coffee when stopped by, but were kind enough to let me try it out and take a picture of me...so fun.
After this second cup, it seemed like a good time to reunite with the Niņo's...and so home I went. On the way home, I generally cross through one of the grave yards that has a nice long hill. As this route is used by commuters I have had the chance to engage in ...
... br> After a lazy morning we went into Portland to see the Museum of Art. This gallery has a surprisingly good collection of European Masters plus Chinese, American, Native American, Modern and the best was the Impressionists. We were in the museum for close to five hours before we reached burnout.
Today we are exploring the city by transit and on foot. A day pass is only $5 and gets you on the Maxx light rail, the street car trolleys, the WES commuter ...
... we stopped at a potential stockist, the shop owner took us around the whole store, basement, wife’s office, the works! We have had some great conversations with stockists and look forward to seeing what they think of our Portland map once completed.
Our Tuesday morning meeting was cancelled so we were a bit like what to do, we went to Coco Bakery then Little Big Burger (an upmarket, small chain McDonalds) ...
... not be the best choice. Starters were crispy fried oysters and 'hushpuppies' - ok with the oysters, they were good but what is a hushpuppie? It is deep fried cornmeal batter served with pepper jelly. Similar to a croquette and tasted really good. I had the traditional crispy fried buttermilk battered chicken with tasso gravy, mashed potato and collard greens. Stephen had a daily ...
... a very pretty little park which had a huge bridge overhead and a port onto the river. We went for a coffee in a little cafe where Justin knew the manager. It turned out she is in a band who is playing in Seattle on Saturday night so she has put me on the guestlist! Saturday night? Sorted. After a meander around St Johns we drove to another area called Hawthorn which was really cool. Kind of quirky, a bit alternative and well worth exploring. We stumbled upon a hostel that I ...