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Time to say goodbye to Michael and Ami. We can't thank them enough for their generosity in showing us around. We really enjoyed their company, genuine warmth and friendship. It is what has made our first (and won't be our last) trip to Portland very special. We look forward to extending the same warmth and generosity to them when they visit our part of the world - hopefully in the not too distant future.