Portland Convention Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sleep, where to poop and if you’re lucky, fun things to see on the way. Another thing that seems to happen, at least to me so far, is that we stumble on some simple yet fantastic thing, whether it’s part of our basic needs or the more exciting adventure part in between. This is not a new travel observation to make, but I’m still delighted. This morning, our simple fantastic discovery was an entire block of food ...
... Three little loves of my life. I miss the boys. This is the longest I'll have ever been away from them. I know they're in good hands and that is a blessing for me. Anyway back to quiche. It was the third piece of quiche I had consumed to date on this journey and the best; although Leela and I questioned whether or not it was the best because it was the most recent ate. Present quiche always trumps past quiche? But let me tell you that was not the case ...
... and home. My neighbor Red is not looking good. He has one glass eye and bad macular degeneration in the other and a few days ago he had his monthly shots in it and instead of better it is very painful and he is going back to dr tomorrow. He does not look healthy either-from his previous heart problems? He usually takes care of my house when I am gone, but I am wondering now—should I get someone else—and can I do ...
... sounded, we decided too pass ;-). That basically concluded our Portland tour. Short, but sweet. I could see myself coming to Portland again soon, and spending more QT there. We anticipated some clouds en route and a descent in clouds at our destination in Alaska, Ketchikan, so filed IFR. As it turned out, the flight was beautiful with very little clouds. The approach into Ketchikan was ridiculously pretty. Here you have a massive long runway on ...
... cream (giant soft-serve variety) was only $2 per cone. After indulging, we were headed back to the center of town.
We made it back to Monaco Hotel in time for happy hour, free wine, video games and painting...what an unexpectedly perfect combination. This hotel chain gets it…! We had dinner at the Red Star Tavern attached to the hotel, and then decided to treat the kids to movie night out. We walked a few blocked to ...