Howard Johnson Portland Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... think up a name for the woman who tells me when to turn) was a godsend. Thank you Garmin.
Other than occassionally listening to GPS Gina (? hmm no) telling me to exit right or turn left, I spent the enitre 4+ hours listening to David Sedaris read short stories and essays as part of a series of recordings made for the BBC. I had not been a Sedaris fan till now, but now I am hooked - on his ...
... decided to park in a parking garage to keep from having to move the car and
start the process over again. Garage parking was a big mistake. We didn’t find
the cheapest one but we won’t be fooled next time!
Found an Apple Store and went in to get a couple cables Jim
wanted and while we were in there we had a demo of an Apple Watch! Really
We did find a mall in the center of downtown – 4 stories. We
... s exactly what we did, and we had a thoroughly lovely last night in Ubud, lunchtime turned into dinner time in a flash and before we knew it we were getting up the following morning, feeling less than clever and scrabbling around trying to pack up the house and get in our taxi to take us to the airport. Will we never learn….hmmm…probably not! Ha ha!
As we drove through Bali one last time and made our way to Denpasar airport we said our final goodbyes to the place. ...
... the totally awesome Field Guide to Hot Wheels cars for my son!).
Jackpot... in the 600's are guidebooks. All the ones you can't buy at the bookstore new are free to borrow. Then in the 900's is history, state and local. I went home with a Pacific Northwest wine touring guide, Sam Lancaster's book on the building of the Columbia River Highway, a book about the building of Bonneville Dam, a general history of the settlement/development of modern Oregon, and a book ...
... really liked it, when I realised that it was part of the glass panel affixed to the side of the concrete staircase. Probably time for lunch at this point, we decided.
It took us quite a time to leave the building as the volunteer guides at the museum kept on chatting to us. One told us all about his Scottish heritage and another gave us very detailed instructions on where we could get a really good and inexpensive fish lunch. They seemed to really like ...