Portland Convention Hotel
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... check in, go through security and customs and change terminals. The best part about having the wheelchair service is being whisked straight through security, and getting to the correct terminal and gate in record time.
We only had 2 1/2 hours in Chicago to get through customs and change terminals and we actually had an hour to spare in the comfy Admiral's Club to relax between flights.
The flights ...
... dropped us off right outside a
welcoming bakery, where we sat for a good hour with some luxuries: coffee and
cookies for Seb, chai tea and a deadly fudge brownie for me. We took a bus back
to our house and Seb took the house bike for a quick ride in search of some
That night we drink one or two, played cards and ate
spaghetti, and were joined by our Alabama friend Jason for a lengthy game of
********, which seems to ...
... it wasn't boxed neon orange ****, ya know). He had a usual Cale kind of meal :hot dog, plain with bun seprate, smh. Anyway, I then wanted to check out Washington Park so we drove over found a spot and walked to the japanese garden which was pretty cool, but over priced....I was going to see the rose test garden but I am cheap and I didn't want to pay for more tickets to take a 15 min walk thru a garden. We then walked down the hill to a playground and ...
... of Portland - grabbed a few little sly pictures to give an idea! The some old biddy probably in her 70s with David Bowie badges gurning her tits off was probably the most entertaining! Opposite was a live music venue with the slogan 'Keep Portland Weird' which is the cities motto and found most places so it does kind of pride itself of being different. Spent most of the first day just wandering around (waterfront, few bridges etc, standard park) before I ...
... weather was fine, and it was not cool! When one travels in a country with widespread corruption, inefficiency and governmental dysfunction, structures are built and then tested by client-guinea pigs before they are completely finished. In more developed countries such as the U.S., buildings and products ...