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... elevator, and indirect lighting. The home, now owned by the City, is situated high on a hillside, 1,000 feet above downtown Portland and is open to the public. Each of the rooms have views overlooking Portland. The tour is very informative about the family and about life at the turn of the century. Members of the family lived there until 1958.
After the visit we drove over to the Alberta Street area where we had heard of a good place for lunch. The restaurant is called ...
... town we was visiting was we was shocked to hear there was only 3 cabs! Being collected by Gary @ Happy Cabs we was treated to a free cab drive and arrived at the Snug. With live music and 2 double only being $7 we was ready for the night! After speaking we soon became goldfish again and was repeating English sayings and learning about Lincoln City and just how small the town was!! The night seemed to go so fast and we wasn't ready for bed so heading to the beach seemed like a ...
... diet should be promoted. She signposts families to Bev's website www.foodfortubies.org for practical advice from other experienced blending Mums. When I spoke to Patty after the conference she said she has ~10 families starting blended diet each month and has had only one patient who did not thrive on blended diet. This was due to a very compromised GI tract and he required elemental formula. Really interesting conference and a great view over Portland from the play deck ...
... really had
somewhere important to be. I poked and played with the slugs for a bit, while
Seb judged me a little haha. On the way back we found some port-a-loos that
some genius had called “Honey Bucket”. I don’t think I’ve ever been repulsed
On the shuttle back down we met Peter* again, and after some
small talk he ended up sharing quite a bit about his childhood and his life. He
talked about ...
Portland was supposed to be only a short stop on our way from Seattle to San Francisco, therefore we had planned to stay there only for two days. However, the city turned out to be more interesting than we thought.
First of all, it's a very "green" city, with lots of people biking and jogging. Secondly, it's a paradise for vegetarians and vegans. People in Portland are very conscious about what they eat and they try to ...