Portlander Inn and Marketplace
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... point, we pulled over at a rest stop, and I dry heaved all over the place because I felt so sick.
We actually didn't spend a lot of time in Portland, itself, but it looked like a nifty city as we drove through it.
Then we got to our hotel, and had issues with checking in the hotel as aforementioned in my hotel review. Finally, we got to our room, I went to bed, took some cold ...
... the numbers were staggering, simply staggering. At the junction of one street the groups of homeless folks stretched up a few blocks, all either sitting on the sidewalk, propped up against walls, chatting or selling their collected wares. It was weird to see, sure we see homeless people in Brighton, London etc, and these people usually look pretty down and out, and we wonder what turns their life took to deliver them to the cold streets, but here, well it seemed more like a ...
... our way through the market stalls and once again it had pretty much everything you could possibly want to buy, providing you have the money and space for it, but as usual we were just window shopping and checking out all the funky goods they had on offer. I saw some more coasters and again nearly got one.. I'm getting pretty obsessed with them!
The market went all the way to the river and there was a lovely park and fountain on the edge. We got a ...
... and boring, which is the best you can hope for, I think.
Even though I love to travel, and especially love to go to England, I am always happy to get home
too. And when Mt. Hood comes into view, I know we are home.
I want to thank my friends and family for all the nice comments about the blog and the photos. I hope some of you are inspired to visit the beautiful part of the world sometime.
... it would have been known as Boston, Oregon.
2. Portland is known as 'Stumptown'.
3. Foodies heaven. There are over 700 foodcart vendors in Portland.
4.Portland has more microbreweries than any other city in the world.
5. At 2.5 feet in diameter, Portland has the smallest park within city limits in this country- Mill End Park.
The tour went for about 2 hours so by the time it had finished lunch had rolled ...