Hotel Saint Cecilia
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
- Outdoor pool
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... up on clothing because of the 41 dgree weather, and hit the bike path for downtown. I meandered through downtown until I saw a fancy Whole Foods. I had a great, fresh redfish lunch/dinner. I picked up a bottle of wine, cheese and small baquette (cuz of Ann), and rasberries (healthy choice) for later. I continued on my bike to a nice coffee bar, and worked on my blog while chatting with some ...
... 0, 0); font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif&qu ot;; font-size: 11pt; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">I was told that it rains every day in Portland and the surrounding areas. It only rained on us for 30 minutes when we landed in Portland and drove to the hotel. After that the only moisture was from the Falls in the gorge and fog on the coast. Yea!
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That evening I caught my second ever (aTriple-A) ball game. Although it was better having someone there who actually knows the rules, and a massive hot dog, the Round Rock Express lost and I'm pretty sure baseball's not going to be my sport.
Saturday was a fun day. It consisted, in brief, of a male bonding session at a local brewery (a tour, 3 pints, + pints gained by unashamed flirting with the barmaids, + ...
... tied with one of my best friends!) and was awarded the Brewster medal for biggest overall contribution to the school. It was super exciting to finally receive our diplomas, but obviously bittersweet. I'm ready to go on to new things and expand my horizons, but I loved St. Stephen's and will miss it. Seven years is a long time to spend in a small community and it makes me a little bit anxious to be striking ...