Ramada Portland Airport
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Today we wanted to explore the city and surrounds by foot. Portland is not a large city and very easy to get around. The architecture of some of the older buildings is simply stunning. The US National Bank occupies a whole city block and is modelled after a classic Roman temple. A stunning building, both inside and out, it was completed in 1916 and the facade remains unchanged to this day. Corinthian columns, carved bronze entrance doors and a huge ...
... won 3-0, we got upgraded seats due to Husb’s bum ankle, and the chanting singing did not stop for the entire game. I think I finally have the songs out of my head after a few days but don’t want to think about it too long or I’m sure they will come back to haunt me. I’m glad we went - it was highly entertaining, but I’ll leave this on my “once a year” list if we do choose Portland.
After the game, ...
... both for less than ten dollars. What can I say, the buskers inspired me. Bussed it back home and spent the afternoon drinking tea, writing my life changing blog, reading and generally chilling. We got in contact with Jack, who has now moved over to our side of the river. It seemed appropriate that we explore the local neighbourhood, so we invited him over for some pasta that needed eating. He came bearing a smile and a few beers to ...
... here. The photos pretty much tell the story...enjoy! We have stayed here longer than any other place...and we are both HAPPY to relax in Portland...summertime is a very sweet time to be here. Everyone's seems to deeply appreciate the blue skies and warm temps. There is more outside dining here that one can imagine! Joanna here- That quiche was the bombdiggity. And I know a thing or two about quiche. My quiche is so good even men'll eat it!...well three ...
... bus. I messaged her that night and it turns out it was and she was visiting her friend who goes here. We met up and talked for a bit before she had to catch the bus to go to her friend’s dorm. It was a very weird coincidence that we were here at the same time. Today was full of rain for Portland, but according to Matt, that is the normal weather pattern. Rain comes ...