Oakwood At The Louisa
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... started to cough and I could feel my asthma objecting. Sadly, I had to do the smart thing and stay inside, which also meant missing out on the Saturday Market. Bummer. A lame ending, but it was a great trip.
Thanks for travelling along with me!
Until next time,
... wife who felt like death, the whole process took about three hours.
We grabbed some Burger King and then stopped at Human Bean, our new favorite coffee shop, where we had delicious white creme de menthe frapachino like things, and headed towards Portland.
The ride was through evergreen forests and mountains, and at one point, we were literally at a standstill with traffic due ...
... loving citizens, so maybe that’s the reason. We have got kind of got used to our appearance, and being in India etc we fit in, but here we kind of more stand out than fit in, so maybe it’s time to find a second hand clothes shop for some emergency blending in clothing as well as something warmer than these yoga trousers! Ha ha! Anyway, we cleared immigration just in time for me to make it to the toilet (sorry, washroom) to err, let go of all that delicious fruit I had ...
... amp; International Rose Testing Gardens (next door) - no roses though...it's winter! These gardens are part of a larger Washington Park area, which is filled with moss-covered trees and winding roads and tracks. I will return....
While Downtown, I discovered Portland's obsession with Food Carts! There are literally hundreds of food 'vans' scattered around whole blocks of the inner city, all providing their own style ...
... Sacramento by 9pm
- I spent 528 dollars in lodging
-I spent 156.24 dollars on food
-I spent 561.47 dollars in gas
- I spent 72$ in historical sights and parking
- AAA cost 155$
-total money earned 400$
-total cost of the trip 1,472.71 ...