Radisson Hotel Portland Airport
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Lovely rooms, great amenities, convenient to the airport.
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We are staying at the Radisson Hotel tonight, near the airport. We got a nice stay and park deal...cheaper than the Airport parking and seems more secure here. The place is very nice. We met Alex for appetizers and drinks. It was nice to see him and get to visit for a while. Tomorrow morning we will catch the shuttle to the airport and fly out!
Wx: Overcast (with a chance of SUN!) (Min: 4C Max: 11C)
Given the previous few days of overcast, drizzly weather, I had already changed my plans to move on to San Francisco. I was going to catch the train down, leaving today but decided to spend some more time in Portland in the hope of seeing a bit more if the sun come out. I had booked a …
... this time of year! We stayed at Tri-City RV again, a really nice Passport America park that only charges us $14.14 for full service hook-up and free wifi! We were in early enough to relax over a beer & clamato and make a yummy pork tenderloin with instant mashed potatoes, my favourite!
We drove from Myrtle Creek to Fairview, just out of Portland on the Sunday, after realizing I forgot to wake up ...
... mind-numbingly putrid Mickey Mouse Junior TV and ultra-violent adult TV. How that show was so popular I'll never understand. Anyway, we're hoping that Henry tires of it and goes down to sleep at a decent hour. That's a big issue when you share a hotel room. Adults generally don't go to bed at 8:00pm. We have important things to do like drink wine and recap the day. Tomorrow we are checking out Mississippi Avenue and it's mix of dodginess and ...
... I was exploring with really taught me so much on how to approach having spiritual convos with strangers and how to gauge when and how to bring up God. We were very open with everyone about who we were and why we were in Portland, and I think it surprised most people that we were willing to listen to them and talk about non-christiany things...taught me so much about how people love being heard and being asked about themselves. Listening can ...