Howard Johnson Portland Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... telling us all the cool places to go and things to do when we head south to Crater Lake and beyond. He also recommended we get a vegan doughnut from Voodoo Doughnut, which appeared on a show called Portlandia. Apparently they are amazing. He dropped us off directly above the Saturday Market on a bridge with stairs leading down. We had to zig zag through a few homeless people to get to the stairs but we were starting to get used to this now!!
... insights about traveling and exploring ourselves (which I'll get to momentarily). We also got the waitress to take a picture, which is attached here.
Saying goodbye is never easy, but saying it again is no better. I think, during my travels, in the back of my mind I knew that when I arrived in Oregon, a familiar face would be waiting for me. Someone I knew, someone I could talk to, and who I could connect to my home. I think that made the whole journey ...
... to the brink of greatness, we grabbed one one drink in the gardens and gave out our team awards. Chris: Champion Britt: Most Improved Stebbs: Most Consistent Toneman: Coaches Award (for sportsmanship) We ended our night with some great food cart meals and "The Bourne Identity," which Tony apparently needed to see as an integral part of the early two thousands he had ...
... and social calendar was sorted in Portland for our entire stay.
Zooming back to present day, we flew from Dallas, Texas to Portland and Evan graciously met us and drove us to Andy’s place. Andy put us up in his sweet mid town apartment in the heart of the Pearl District, which is populated with awesome coffee shops, great burger joints, sweet micro-breweries all surrounded with large pine trees giving a great sense of being in the ...
After a hearty breakfast, those that had visited the rose garden the day before, piled into the cars and headed over to the Portland Japanese Garden. Everyone took off in different directions, cameras ready to shoot! The initial impression of this scattering of our group reminded me of "HERDING CATS". Fat chance we will report back to the entrance in one hour as planned! “ Here kitty, ...