Quality Inn & Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... about 1:04pm today we passed, in the median between mile marks 259 and 260, a sign designating where I-5 crosses the 45th parallel. It bears the words "45 Parallel half way between the Equator and the North Pole". So now we are heading towards the North Pole….
We arrived in Castle Rock, the Gateway to Mount St. Helens, situated between the Cowlitz River and Interstate ...
... We are really going to have to check our western expectations at the airport. We've been warned that traveling in India is not easy but rewarding. I will update when I can. I understand internet access can be spotty especially in the Rishikesh area. Below is a map of our route. Thanks for joining us.
Oh, and Elephants!!
... the turnoff is really easy to miss, but we find ourselves in the small town of Latourell and stop for lunch. It’s nice and sheltered, and the kids have a great time running around in the park. The boys dash off to see the trains go past on the main line nearby, but thankfully Colin runs after them to supervise. The girls are playing with little dolls – it’s great to see them getting along so well!
Ah, Portland. Lovely, lively, pretty Portland. Within minutes of leaving the Greyhound station, we both decided that we wanted to live in Portland at some point in the near future. It's a city known for being innovative, and was described to us in San Fran as 'as cool as San Fran used to be before it got so expensive'. In other words, exactly what we wanted.
After checking into our hostel in the leafy Pearl district, we set off for a full day ...
... of fried bacon!), the local-favourite Portland cream, a Kelly's jelly (filled with jalapeņo jelly), and a voodoo doll (of course, filled with red jelly and completed with a pretzel through its heart!). VooDoo Doughnuts has been in business for decades and always has a long line in front, even though they are open 24 hours! You can't walk a block in Portland without seeing someone carrying a big pink box filled with ...