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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!
... it got dramatically steep right at the end. Again, if I don’t have
killer legs by the end of this trip…
Washington Park was nice, very well kept and tranquil as. I
felt I couldn’t talk above a whisper. There were only a few people around in
the first part, sleeping on the luscious grass beneath towering pines. We sat
and caught our breath for a bit, and then discovered a playground! Whoopee!
They had good old ...
... hospital and overlooked the city. The walk was stupid we could and should have just biked. The cable car went up, there was a view of the mountains in the distance and the city below, it was standard and utterly pointless. I’m done with this ****, I refuse to pay for ******* city viewpoints ever again. Unless the journey to the top is something worthwhile I cannot be bothered. I’ve seen more cities from above than I’ve had hot dinners.
... all though last time I was south of Alberta on like 13 ave (now I'm a couple blocks north close to Killingsworth), and first time I was east of Alberta (by Fernhill park). I really would recommend staying with people in a house in this area of town if you haven't been to Portland before. I find that the central downtown area is a pretty soulless place to actually stay while here, even though there are pretty nice new apartments there. Hotels are very ...
... It is hard to believe the property fell into disrepair after the last family member moved from the house in 1958. The City of Portland purchased the property in 1964. The French Renaissance mansion has been restored and offers self-guided as well as guided tours. Our visit here was a delight!
Next stop was downtown ISO lunch at a food trailer! An entire city block ...