Comfort Inn & Suites Portland International Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and the chef is a former Top Chef Masters contestant. I'm not sure it was worth the large price tag, but we had a really great time with the Duncans plus we got to see another part of Portland on the drive there. BTW, traffic in Portland is AWFUL!
After dinner, Randy and Jen drove us back to our hotel and joined us for a nightcap in the lobby. It was a late night for us - I think it was close to midnight by the time we made it back up to our room!
... a sport which requires their handle bars to brush the shirt of pedestrians that they pass at very high rates of speed.
Much to my delight, I did discover an eatery called Café Yumm! This small chain offers a casual dining experience with a welcoming atmosphere. Starting with the basics of rice and beans, they have developed a menu balancing a combination of elemental foods with a light-hearted sense of fun. Over 50% of the ...
Packing was interesting, I suggested carry on..... Ha how hilarious is that! After filling one large suitcase, a pram bag & 2 carry on bags we were set to head to Portland for a mini break or a staycation as they like to call it over here in these parts.
Of course the morning we left, Josie decided to sleep through the longest she had ever, we had to wake her! Heartbreaking.
Our daughter was ...
... driving on the right side of the road was a lot easier than anticipated. Seeing the skies were blue we got the recommendation to make a stopover at Mount St. Helens, the volcano that exploded in the 80's. Turning off from the Interstate we entered the valley leading to the volcano which, although picturesque seemed to be filled with the equivalent of the Aussie bogan (30 yr olds with bad haircuts on a BMX bike, enough said).
Luckily we were not on ...
... team address medical, dietary, sensory, oral motor, behavioural and social-emotional aspects of feeding challenges for children. They consist of Julie Miller OT, Anne Davis SLT, Diane Cullinane Developmental Paediatrician and Patricia (Patty) Novak RD. I was impressed by the holistic approach to weaning children from feeding tubes. Patty spoke at length about the dietetic assessment and monitoring plans which seem to be pretty similar to the UK. She also gave an overview of ...