Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
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... option….thank you Tom and Patti for a perfect evening… we didn’t really want to be in an oversized Suburban driving the streets of your great town!
Some of the group ate at the Staybridge and then went up the road to Shari’s. This became a favorite after dinner hotspot because of the numerous assortments of pies. I understand that Les, Terri, Gordon and Betty were on a ...
... really is! I am imagining loving working with the kids in my class, spending weekends exploring the mountains and villages nearby with my love and friends, playing tennis, rock climbing, and taking taekwondo and Korean lessons in my free time, and hitting up the K-POP clubs at night with all the new friends I will hopefully make! I am nervous about my new food allergy to wheat but I imagine eating lots of rice and veggies, and delicious BBQ meat! ...
... ll do it again in the trailer but I think two weeks is probably our threshold. As for right now, I'm draining a bottle of Pinot Grigio. The shift to wine symbolizes the transition into the remainder of our holiday. Here's to it! For the record, Widmer Brothers' Brewing Citra Blonde Summer Brew, 4.4 percent (Portland) is my beer of choice. PS. Mel just dumped a glass of red wine across the bedsheets. Of course. PPS. Get Travel Insurance. Always. PPPS. More ...
... if we could use one of their fire pits for a couple of hours, I think the old couple running the site thought we were crazy English people but agreed to our request, thank goodness. We dined well and headed to Vancouver for the night. Not Canada but Washington US, bet you didn't know there were two, neither did we!
Miles Driven: 211
Weather: Clear and sunny 78F
Road Kill observed: Elk calf and a porcupine!
... to the front of the pack. After the countdown it was very clear that most people were here to run and there would be very few walkers. We found ourselves in the back very soon.
Before we'd gone two miles, we started to feel the flashing lights of a police car inching up behind us. We really were the end! The Portland Police officer was tailing us to mark the end of the racers. As we approached the turn around at mile ...