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... and then up and down the mountain side where we waded (quite literally) through trees and descended via two sets of rope. The end point was at the creek where much orange food (doritos, cheetos, etc) and wine/beer awaited us. I was 'good' all weekend; meaning, not drinking any red wine and successfully not blacking out at any point.
Second Trail (Sunday): Mt Hood (#2)
This trail was actually my first choice for the first day but failed to obtain due to ...
... and his wife. Turns out they were celebrating their anniversary and taking a little couples vacation away from their kids. They had just arrived in Portland and it was one of their first times visiting this city..what a small world!
After chatting with Chad and his wife Carolyee I continued on my venture of Portland. My last stop was at the "Trailhead Coffee Roasters". One thing they are known foe tr is their affinity for bicycles and ...
... the Governor Tom Walker Waterfront Park. This park with its wide walkways runs along the Willamette River with great views of the city skyline and many bridges. Here you find yourself among many walkers, joggers, and other local denizens. The steamboat Portland is docked here and serves as the Marine Museum. The park leads you right up to the Old Town area with its many buildings from the 1870's, to Chinatown which is unremarkable, and to the Pearl District with lots of 4 and 5 ...
... great shops here, which would definitely be up for a ‘Map of Portland’ design. We stopped for tacos, so much more Mexican food in the states. Bus driver kindly took $4 off us not $10 for our journey to Alberta! This has been a running theme for our trip here in Portland, so many free things as well half price meals, free deserts and drinks they seem to love us Brits!
Friday was a bit of a date day, ...
Today we wanted to explore the city and surrounds by foot. Portland is not a large city and very easy to get around. The architecture of some of the older buildings is simply stunning. The US National Bank occupies a whole city block and is modelled after a classic Roman temple. A stunning building, both inside and out, it was completed in 1916 and the facade remains unchanged to this day. Corinthian columns, carved bronze entrance doors and a huge ...