Holiday Inn Portland Airport (I-205)
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... want what they don't have!
After cocktails Lindsay and Will took us to the motel to change as we were all going out to eat and for a few more drinks. We stopped off at their flat as well and it was so lovely. Dan pointed out some coasters they had which were like the ones I had been eyeing up. Lindsay told me to take one but I refused so she signed the back of one with our names, so didn't really have a choice after that! I have to admit this was the ...
... volcanic eruptions, or directly, in the form of hailstorms and torrential rain, to be followed by a magnificent sunshine. While it's true that these are all mere physical phenomena dictated by physics, I believe there's a machinist behind the magic.
Traveling for the past 11 days has also taught me things outside of myself, which I am eager to share with you:
We live in a huge, beautiful country. And I mean "huge." It's easy to underestimate ...
... so that we could get a good sense of what Portland had to offer. This included hipster villages, financial / business districts, cool coffee / restaurant areas and places where we could get a good overview of town. What a city, what a great town that has a humble connection to it’s superb surroundings.
... from the aerial tram. Once we got to the hospital, we walked out on an open air porch and it was spectacular with its sculpture pieces and a panoramic unobstructed view. What a restful serene place if one is hospitalized or just visiting.
Back on the trolley and meeting the rest of the group at the block of food trailers somewhere in the Pearl district … grouped together ...
... them is kind of easy but also slightly hard. We put the eggs in a basket in the sink and wash them with baking soda and soap, in order to rinse the poop off of them. We use pressurized air to help with that. We then place them on a towel and let dry. After drying, we check to make sure that eggs don’t have a crack in them. If they do, then we put them in a separate container from the non-cracked ones, as we use the cracked ones here on the ...