Ramada Portland Airport
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... every floor and found a great place for lunch on the lower level. The
stores seem to be the same ones we have in the South East. The best places to
find different ones are in smaller towns where they are locally owned.
We had a nice view of Mt. Hood as we left downtown Portland.
It is the highest peak in the Portland area. It looked as if there was still
some snow on the top which is hard to believe since it’s to be in the 90’s ...
... Hong Kong would prove to be, let just say, more salubrious than luxurious!
The flight was around 5 hours, and all went well, we dozed, watched films, topped up the tank and when we landed in Hong Kong it was around 11pm. To save on the taxi fare, and probably getting ripped off too, we took the train to the closest stop to our hostel, and then a taxi for the remaining few kilometres. As we came into land at Hong Kong we saw the hundreds of skyscrapers, all lit up like a neon ...
... amp; Robby place...I think Robby wanted to see the end of the game! When we left the score was GB 16 - SS 0...at 3 qtr time! One qtr remaining...
On the way, we did briefly stop at Pittock Mansion, which is just around the corner from Dave & Robby's house, in the West Hills of Portland. Pittock Mansion was built in 1902 for "The Oregonian" publisher, Henry Pittock. Unfortunately, the Mansion wasn't open when we visited, however, the grounds look ...
... my office (in that back corner in photo above).
Love the reflection in the window Then we get up real early for weekly leadership meeting ...
... them is kind of easy but also slightly hard. We put the eggs in a basket in the sink and wash them with baking soda and soap, in order to rinse the poop off of them. We use pressurized air to help with that. We then place them on a towel and let dry. After drying, we check to make sure that eggs don’t have a crack in them. If they do, then we put them in a separate container from the non-cracked ones, as we use the cracked ones here on the ...