Phoenix Inn Suites, Beaverton
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... at the higher areas at the moment. Some people were going up to ski and snowboard others were mountain biking on the lower sections of the resort. We took some pictures and found some snow that had fallen or was made by a snow machine. Kim got cranky when I threw my first snowball even tho she told me not to do it. Finally we drove home and are chilling out before we go for a drive to an Outback Steakhouse for ...
Day two of our time in Portland was a whirlwind day of varying activities. We started with some slow lulling about the house before we made our way into the city to visit Powell's Books, a Portland bookstore that is in fact the worlds largest independent bookstore. Following our wandering of the shelves we ventured to the largest collection of street food in America. This gave us a chance to wander the perimeter of an entire city block perusing the various trucks all selling cheap ...
... Asparagus Tamale. Yes it is! and yummy to bootAnd some flowers too.Flowers for saleThen I ...
Driving along highway 30, it's starting to rain a little bit. This does give us a lovely rainbow as we are coming down the highway though. We keep driving down the highway, and start to see signs of a larger town as we get closer. Lavinia plugs in the address of where we are staying into Google Maps so we have turn by turn directions, and we make our way first over the Willamette, then along the I5 to North Portland. We find our motel, and there are places to eat nearby ...
... were soaked and had to wade chest deep to get to the waterfalls. I thought that given the dry conditions it might be easier to get through the gorge, but no such luck. We weren’t prepared to get that wet, so we just headed back to the car.
Our next stop was Multnomah Falls. With two drops totaling more than 600 feet, this waterfall is amazing. Perhaps the hardest part of photographing it is getting ...