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... bus, the train and the trolley all around the city. Lunch was at the famous Food Truck court where tourists and business people gather. The Saturday Market is a must do so we spent three hours walking through the artists booths. Our last night in Portland we had a beautiful dinner with Jessica and her friend Mary and her family. It was sad to say goodbye to Portland. ...
... by my insurance to go over my health. A big waste of time as everything she asked about was already in my records. Back home and cleaned the leaves (it looks like fall instead of spring here) from the back and front patios. Later swimming with Phil—the water is warm and feels good to just float around in it. I even swam a couple of lengths, a lot for me! We debated on a lot of places for dinner and I was going to cook here ...
... first was to work here just long enough to find another job that tailored to my skill set a bit better (tutoring, teaching, modeling, bodybuilding, personal training etc. etc. etc.) As soon as I started working here I noticed how awesome everyone was. I started to genuinely enjoy coming to work everyday, and although I didn’t necessarily enjoy every customer I talked to, I knew that I would enjoy the people that I worked with. It’s tough ...
... Burning Man, an understanding, and that is what makes it so great. You have to let it in too or you wont get the full effect. I drove out to Black Rock City from Tahoe, my car was packed with ****, costumes, food, I mean you really have to survive when your in the desert so I had everything I needed. As I passed through the front entrance of Burning Man, a place where at any other festival they might be padding you down for illegal things and judging ...
... I snagged some jeans from J-Crew. Mel combed through shoe stores. She came up empty-handed today but she has since drawn up new battle plans for tomorrow. We lunched at Director Park (not a green-space at all - concrete and glass) which features the Teachers' Fountain wading pool. Yes, we deserve our own Fountain. And children's wading pool. It makes sense to combine the two but it is weird nonetheless. The Elephant Cafe is located in the Park. We had Kale Slaw ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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