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... we were served salted caramel cookie bar and Marionberry crumble bar
A thoroughly enjoyable evening with great food. Our guide, Kelsey, was warm, friendly, knowledgable and had a wicked sense of humour. Foodie tours are truly a unique and wonderful way to explore and learn about a city, not only its history, culture and how it came to be but also how it's local food scene has developed and contributed along the way.
... no shame, and the people I was with have a good sense of humour. I'm not sure the stern faced bar person was very amused though. Oops. On the way home I noticed a huge mural painted on the road at a crossroads. I love that about Portland, there is art absolutely everywhere. I see something new every time I walk down a familiar street, let alone all the new streets yet unexplored.
Yesterday I went on a walking tour. It was good to learn some history about lovely ...
... We took 2 days for the drive, and it was really beautiful. The road was very curvy and hilly, and we couldn't believe it when we saw several loaded touring cyclists. I can't begin to imagine how they could ride on that narrow, hilly road with so much traffic, including trucks, since it's the only road into the area. It didn't look like fun at all. We're continually discovering that there are crazier people than us out there, which is ...
... br> We always state our favorite parts of the trip. We picked several due to the length of time and the amount of things we saw.
Peggy - Crater Lake, Trillium Lake hike, Timberline Lodge lunch;
Carol - Crater Lake, waterfalls at Columbia River Gorge, Smith Rock State Park;
Linda - Crater Lake, Trillium Lake ...
... and public transportation tickets are available here at the visitor center. After purchasing tickets we boarded a light- rail train which took us through neighborhoods to the lower Southwest Waterfront Terminal. We rode the Portland Arial Tram to Oregon Health Sciences University's Kohler Pavilion where we "took in" the panoramic view of the he city from the observation deck.