LA QUINTA INN & SUITES VANCOUVER
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... this morning, but when I awoke at 5:20 the house was silent and empty! How did they get ready, get out of here without me noticing!! I was sleeping on the couch right by the door! It is raining out also! Near 10am I headed out to the closest Farmers Market, and it was great—even though I walked the LONG way to it! It is only 2 blocks from here and I walked at least 12! They had tons of fresh flowers and vegetable and fruit! I ...
... to the same meeting and was considering it as a career for himself as well! After the information session, I felt almost instantly that I had found the answer to my prayers...everything made perfect sense..I realized I had always wanted to be a teacher and had simply not considered it as an international career plan! Within four months I had completed the class, received a job offer in a city called Jeonju ( that I knew nothing about) and was ...
... River (and L&C) in Pasco, Washington, and soon after that crossed into Oregon. I was happy to leave Washington. I drove through the Columbia River gorge, which was pretty despite the weather. It sounds like on a nice day there’s a lot to do there. I passed on Multnomah Falls due to the rain (it takes a lot for me to pass on a waterfall) and because I was sick of driving and wanted to ...
... A kick-off for our reunion.
We’ve flown from Miami to Portland today with a layover in Atlanta. When we got off the plane in Atlanta the airport was concourse was jammed. I paused in front of the electronic display of connecting flights to find our gate and when I looked around I couldn’t find Harvey. In one of those moments of feeling lost, I didn’t realize I was talking out loud saying "where’s my ...
... by the blast. In 1982 the US Government created the 110,000-acre National Volcanic Monument for research, recreation, and education. Inside the Monument, the environment has been left to respond naturally to the disturbance. In fact ecologically it is now more diverse than before the eruption.
We picnicked by Coldwater Lake, a new lake formed by the blast. It was really beautiful. We then continued to drive up to Johnston ...