Portlander Inn and Marketplace
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... there is a simple and common politeness and respect for others, and it seems to work, so far so good. Again, to save the pennies we booked a cheap room in a hostel downtown so that we had somewhere to crash for the night and would still be in the heart of the city so we could explore on foot. The next day we have until 7pm until our flight to Vancouver, so as we were only here once, we both wanted to see Hong Kong on foot, and not just from the back of a taxi looking out the window. ...
... paintings or portraits or sculptures or textiles but more the avente-garde type of stuff. Not quite cutting edge but something there for most likes that are slightly off 'mainstream'. I am beginning to like this sort of material...it's creative, it's challenging, it's different...it's Portland.
With my pants three shades darker denim than I started and getting pretty uncomfortable, I decided enough was enough. I headed back to ...
The first cup of coffee is not going to be enough. After going to sleep at midnight and waking up at 2:36 AM, Mrs. Conroy and I should be quite tired. Instead, we are bouncing with excitement as we prepare to board our plane for New York City, Paris, and finally Niamey, *****. ...
... one reason. Unbeknownst to us, Todd timed our arrival and drove out to meet us enroute as the sun started setting . He personally followed us, lighting our way with his headlights and periodically driving ahead to fill us in on the upcoming set of twists and turns. Upon arrival, Todd took us out for the night to a local pub (after showering, of course) where we had fun catching him up on our trip and getting to know him around beers and pizza he bought for us. ...
... a classic child-parent role play. I
don’t have kids so I can’t relate, and kudos to all the parents out there
dealing with difficult, tired children after a long day at the zoo. But at the same
time, tell your arrogant little kid to stop banging on the glass to wake up the
otters. They’re sleeping and they don’t care for your ugly face to be the first
thing they see upon waking.
I feel a bit mean here, but ...