Ramada Portland East
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... Federation of Rose Societies. Many people were milling around in the rose garden. The roses are beautiful. It is a must to see in Portland, and it is free. This is really what I wanted to see in Washington Park.
Hunger was driving us to find something to eat. There was a hot dog stand outside the visitors' center, but one of us is a vegetarian. We had to find something else. We walked, and we walked, and we walked. I asked some people ...
I woke up around 9, and got ready for a Frisbee practice with the Lewis and Clark team. I always enjoy getting to play Frisbee anyway possible. Today is nice and sunny, which is weird but feels great. The team looks good and really liked what I showed. After practice, we ...
... even had a special gate to get to the outlet shops ..far too convenient we would later find out.
The reason we waited to shop until we got to Oregon is that there is no sales tax in the state. So instantly everything was 10-20% cheaper.
The outlet mall was massive with outlet shops including Nike, Addidas, Columbia, Gap, Ann Taylor, Disney, Osh Kosh, Banana Republic, Max Studio, Levi, and the list goes on ...
... you. We decided to reward the reasonable well-behaved Grabby Hands and Pouty Lips with a stop at Ruby Jewels Ice Cream and a new gastronomic delight: the ice cream sandwich. Two chocolate chip cookies sandwiching a giant blob of rich and creamy vanilla bean. It took a little improvisation to make it edible for him as it was the size of a glutton's hamburger but he got it all down, minus one cookie. When I took him to the bathroom I could feel his little heart racing in ...
... full. I have an entire extra outfit, an electronics bag, toiletries, snack bag, hat, scarf, fuzzy socks, book and journal, box of milk duds, water bottle, and my standard travel bottle of powerade. I'm sure I'm forgetting something, oh my travel documents, of which I've found the first thing I've forgotten, my printed itinerary. It's my first time using this bag and it's ok. I'd like it to be a bit wider and maybe two compartments but this cool part is it's built to fold ...