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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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... as you wish. You might enjoy strolling Portland's historic Old Town, charming McCall Waterfront Park, or Pioneer Courthouse Square, known as "Portland's Living Room." We will gather this evening for our farewell dinner. Sunday, July 13: Return Home (B) Return home at your convenience. The hotel provides a courtesy airport ...
... for us.
Pete and Carol had planned a super itinerary which included visits to wineries & tasting rooms (Walnut City Wineworks, Spangler, Sokol Blosser, Archer Summit, Durrance and Carleton Cellars), Red Ridge, which is an olive oil mill that actually grows its own olive trees, right there around McMinnville, and to a local brewery way out in the sticks, Fire Mountain, that was run by great people who made ...
... time today so we could finish for the day in California. We stopped at Gold Beach for some lunch but it was like a ghost town. Hardly any building and the ones that were there all looked deserted!
To finish the day we ate in a town called Brookings but as we ate it started to rain so we decided instead of camping we would stay in a Motel. We drove just past the California border to a Motel in Crescent City. Hopefully the rain will stay away for Redwood National Park ...
... of saying "yes" to a universe that had provided us with an amazing experience in Central America and as a family. The trip had clearly massaged the leather that was our "scheduled minds" and made them supple enough to decide that two small Costa Rican dogs of unknown age and breed would be a good thing on the farm. We hoped for the best and got it--an easy trip home with some serendipitous looks in the other direction where regulations are concerned. ...
... Rome and they were refusing to take us there. I went to the ticket office and let loose with my full baritone until they finally let us on the bus (with suitcases on our laps).