Inn at the Convention Center
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***EDIT: How could I have left out these photos?! Justin, Sharon and I took some photos in an old school photo booth on our night in Florida rooms. They're right at the end of this album... Enjoy!***
Oh Portland. *sigh* How I love you so. I've been here almost six days now and it’s fairly safe to say I’m totally smitten. Almost cancel-my-trip-and-just-stay-here kind of smitten. But I won’t, there’s still so much to see... But I’ll definitely ...
... with blonde whispy bits of hair floating all over him like those ugly naked dogs that always seem cranky. He was the sweetest, and enjoyed a good ear scratch.
After this we passed the time with a few small errands: finding a Portland patch for my growing collection (I fancy myself sewing them onto a blanket or a jacket) and getting cash at the ATM to pay our host. Somewhere in the midst of this I ended up buying a kazoo and ...
... I've also searched nursery rhymes, discovered hazy Bible verses, deciphered Morse code. These types things hardly ever so simple (though a handy, highly functioning in-game web browser at the very least means they are certainly not inconvenient), but boy are they remarkable rewarding. It is significant to also note that the game does not require subscription but just a one time fee and forever play. The Secret World ...
... boasts an incredible view of the valley.
We braved the traffic on the congested highway through Dundee and stopped for lunch on the patio of Red Hills Market before heading for our final winery. Noted for its outstanding view, Bella Vida did not disappoint!
Our perfect day concluded with a sunset dinner at The Dock on the Columbia River. ...
... geeky and helpful staff running around, Powell's has everything anyone could want in a bookshop. Given more than an afternoon in town, we'd definitely be spending a whole day here with a drink, a slice of cake or six and a stack of books. As it was, we had to content ourselves with an hour browsing and admiring the beautiful editions on the shelves. They even had a machine where you could make your own book - either a blank notebook, a diary ...