Larkspur Landing Hillsboro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... able to drive that monster on some of the roads we'd traveled on this trip!
We spent our last couple of evenings visiting friends and family. Our friends Eve and Patrick invited us over for dinner, and Iris was excited to get to play with their daughter's dress-up clothes! Both of the kids had fun playing with the toys, games, and neighbors, and Molly and I got to spend some time with old friends. We hadn't ...
... about 7 years ago. We're very lucky that she has a one bedroom with a delightful kitchen and comfortable hide-a-bed. After Shea gets home and Joan joins us, we head out to TriBeca for dinner at "Distilled". It turns into a delightful meal with wonderful food and drinks, enhanced by the chef's courteous welcoming drinks and extra tidbits to try. Wonderful Celebration and yummy food.
... shade. Some nice flat rocks do, and we get the sandwiches out, and just admire the scenery.
William is keen to run around, and spots someone fishing nearby, so I walk him across so he can see the fish. He keeps on about wanting to see snow – and we have been patiently explaining to him that what we can see on the mountain is probably as close as we are going to get! The fisherman overhears, and says ...
The day was cool and damp. Nick (nickname Ori, as in orifice 'cos his surname's Hole) took us downtown and for a walk along the Willamette river. We crossed couple of Portland's many bridges and could look across to the city. The riverfront has been smartened up quite a bit. We popped into the Nike Store to see what Linda does and walked around Pioneer Square and saw the popular food stalls. Lunch was in Deschutes, a brewery with an excellent ...
... The train had Wi-Fi. It was great. Grandpa made a comment about how the view around the train tracks isn't great...a lot of junkier places around, not too great scenery a lot of the time. Then he goes, well, they probably don't bother making it look nice because all you people are just watching your screens. In my defense, he did play solitaire for a while. Lindsay, Neil, and Edith picked us up at Portland's Union ...