Ramada Portland Airport
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... freshened up and went in search of an early supper.
Friendly fellow at the hotel desk pointed me in the direction of Bellagios Pizza when I requested a place within walking distance where I could order a salad. Bellagious was indeed walkable, being just across the hotel's parking lot.
Bellagios was not the kind of place I would have expected to make a salad of any kind - basically ...
We found a farmer’s market in the Fairview area near the RV
Park on Saturday so we got some fresh vegetables – corn, green beans, broccoli,
tomatoes, blueberries, blackberries and Ranier cherries. I’ll be cooking in for
a few days! This farmers market is held every Saturday during the summer but
today they had an Arts Celebration as well so the whole thing lasted until 5:00
instead of 2:30. It must be a really big ...
... in the middle of the night to find a bottle of mineral water if you wake up thirsty, not good. Our taxi driver took great joy in reciting the sex noises that the various nationalities of girls he has led astray during their Bali holidays made, our personal favourite was the Japanese, we will have to do it for you when we get home, it’s not blog appropriate, but does however tie the Asian taxi drivers together with the same, simple and basic thread we thought as we went ...
... and might help sell houses! Definitely a case too of the author including stories of interest to himself and yet leaving out the stores of people like Philip Foster who ran the Barlow Road with Joel Palmer the first 2 years of its operation and Henderson Lluelling who brought fruit trees to Oregon- and Llewellyn School is named after him. I learned that downtown Portland is oriented to magnetic north while Couch's addition and the eastside are to geographic north- good stuff!
... rejoining it
I digress, but for a reason, because the rest of our day didn't go quite to plan. We had lunch and did a bit of shopping for a few things to bring home and then set off on the tram for the famous rose garden in Washington Park. When we got there we found that the tram we needed to take through the park to the garden was not due for another 50 minutes and that there was only one more back from the garden after that. We were told that it was ...