McMenamins Grand Lodge
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... blow by blow account of the zoo,
because zoos are pretty standard. I was pretty excited to see some North
American wildlife, and I wasn’t disappointed: otters, bald eagles, black bears,
bobcats and cougars! Very cool. The other standards were there, like lions,
cheetahs, elephants and some glorious polar bears. I was also quite taken with
the gazelles and their impractical pettiness. The highlight was definitely the 54
year old ...
... early 70s but did not really recall them. Back to the apt and later Steve and I went for a trolley ride, a round trip one, all through the Pearl Dist—really enjoyable and I saw a lot of neat places that I can walk too or take the trolley too. Getting off that we walked to the waterfront and had a drink at McCormick and Schmidt. Back home where I now have my computer hooked up and I am catching up. And it rained after we came ...
... We contacted the car hire company to request to drop the car off at a later time because the drop off time of the car was 10am and our flight wasn't until 6.40pm! They said yes, and of course it was a small fee... But we didn't mind because it saved us a huge hassle! This morning we milked our check out time for all that it was worth... We even got a reminder phone call! We drove the car to check out the Doc Martin store as well as the Bookstore again, and then ...
... 8211; but we’ve come here on past visits for the outdoor clothing stories such as REI and Patagonia. In fact, when we’re hiking we’re usually decked out in Patagonia clothing and we could be a walking advertisement for them.
But today we experience this district from another perspective. After a walk among tall old trees at Laurelhurst Park near the brunch restaurant, we made our way back to ...
... started out mountain biking, but the trails are too difficult for me (Karen). There are places where the trail is overgrown and branches might hit the rider. Also lots of steep hills. Much more fun just hiking the trails. You could choose to ride around the lake on the pavement. It's a little over 10 miles and you also share the road with drivers. Nathan rode through the trails all the way around ...