Quality Inn Tigard
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Tigard
... and the Mayors Mansion...stunning mansion run by Dick. We are the only gusts tonight and after a walk in the park behind here we went to the Laurelhurst Market...a combo restaurant/butcher. We both had Steak and Frites and both were yummy! We then walked to the Whole Foods and checked out the wines...bit too pricy for us though. Now we are back at the Mansion and are getting ready for bed after tea and ...
... with who I am, my mind is at ease.
In undertaking this trip, I have also found within myself a stronger belief in G-d. Not only have I been blessed with a smooth journey without any major complications, but I was able to experience breathtaking views, incredible hikes, good health, and a connection to my loved ones at home the entire way. I was also exposed to the mighty forces that shape our planet and the human condition, whether it be the aftermath ...
My husband and daughter got back today from their trip to Southern California. They were taking care of some things at our house, which is now under lease.
I was tired of being cooped up, so my daughter and I went thrifting.
I did a quick Google search and found some stores that looked good in nearby Tigard. They are also close to each other.
First, we went to Musi's on Main (12400 SW Main St). It's in a really cute ...
... enough for us, although we were really pleased that we'd done all three and set aside our uncertainty at the start of the day. We wanted to finish off by seeing a bit of modern Portland, so headed to the incredible and famous bookshop, which to be honest seemed to have as many books as the British Library! They call it a 'City of Books', and we could see why. It was brilliant, but we made sure not to get drawn in or lost, and headed on to the even trendier area of town - ...
... haircut. Dirty, smelly, Jerry Seinfeld sneakers surrounded by hipsters and their great shoes. But I had a beer in my hand and my money's as green as the next guy's. As it turned out, it was a great experience and I had a very pleasant and chatty barber who gave me a great haircut. A crisp side-part. I need a place like this back home. My current barber looks like she's been dragged from King Tut's tomb, reeks of cigarettes, and sounds like Keith Richards: "So I told ...