Quality Inn Downtown Convention Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... and herb dumplings in a chicken stew - a Cajun one pot dish. Michael had bbq'd beef brisket with crispy fried onions and Ami had crispy fried catfish with collard greens.
Having not eaten 'southern food' before we thoroughly enjoyed everything we tasted. With very, very full bellies we collapsed into bed that night.
Portland is a food city and this was a taste of things to come!
... as our accommodation booking went, we had no
time to fit that in. Even if we fiddled around, how would we get to the small
towns near the sight, and then off on to somewhere else? Damn damn damn it all.
Luckily, Seb has already seen them on a previous trip to America, so although
it was just me missing out, I now have a great excuse to come back to the
northwest. The next annoying hurdle was the realisation that the space between
... is big and has airplanes much like the other 700 airports I’ve been to in my life. The difference with this one to others though is it had a tornado shelter in it.
The flight was delayed as someone had flushed wedding rings down the toilet. The amused pilot didn’t explain if the plural was due to two people flushing their wedding rings down the toilet or if one person had two rings and had flushed them. Either way we sat on the runway for about half ...
It's been a while, but here's a little update.
So I stayed in Minni an extra night at A and Cs before A and C(number 2) picked me up for a trip to Weblen where I stayed until last Saturday when they drove me up to Fargo and I stayed a night and a half at a reaaally nice Ramada Inn by the mall. In the middle of the night (3am) I then took the Amtrak from Fargo to Portland.
Stuck on a train.
With no WiFi.
And only about ...
... sights my honeymooning parents undoubtedly saw. When we visited Multnomah Falls last Friday, a reopening ceremony for the newly repaired footbridge that allows visitors to cross 105 feet above the lower cascade of the falls had just concluded. On January 8th, 2014, a falling boulder smashed through the original Benson Bridge that had provided a ...