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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPeppertree Inn Beaverton
Just what we needed after 21 hours of travelling
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We landed at 7.50pm local time. It is a lovely airport, small and welcoming. We set off in search of our bags only to be greeted by Rob's parents. What a relief to see them after the security and unwelcoming feeling at Chicago airport. We first explored the local Fred Meyer, a huge supermarket where Rob and his parents took great delight in showing …
... and crowded.Raspberries!!!I just tried to shoot photos of some groupings of wonderful fruits ...
... bookstore in the world. I am almost positive that some shopped while others napped. Our #1 car opted to trade out some passengers for two who own Kindles and went up to SW Vista Avenue to the Vista Bridge. It, unfortunately, has added a tall chain link fence that we had to photograph through. The bridge is morbidly nicknamed the Suicide Bridge due to the number of people who’ve jumped from it. The ...
... ll do it again in the trailer but I think two weeks is probably our threshold. As for right now, I'm draining a bottle of Pinot Grigio. The shift to wine symbolizes the transition into the remainder of our holiday. Here's to it! For the record, Widmer Brothers' Brewing Citra Blonde Summer Brew, 4.4 percent (Portland) is my beer of choice. PS. Mel just dumped a glass of red wine across the bedsheets. Of course. PPS. Get Travel Insurance. Always. PPPS. More ...
... we noticed there were others behind the police officer. We started to wonder why he wasn't behind them. I understand there has to be an end to any race, but we were walking at a 16 minute mile. That's not speed racer pace, but it's not that slow either.
As we passed the 3rd mile, the officer came up beside us to let us know we would have to walk on the sidewalk from there. He then proceeded to tell the race ...