Comfort Inn & Suites Portland International Airport
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This time my travels take me to Berlin, Dresden and Gorlitz - all in northeastern Germany. Then it's off to medieval Tallinn in Estonia, modern Helsinki in Finland, incredibly beautiful St. Petersburg in Russia, and finally Copenhagen in Denmark.
I'm traveling with my friend Chris from Port Orford. Like me, she is a quilter. That's how we …
... the subject matter ranged from death of a mother ( recounted with hollow sincerity, punctuated with 'likes ') to men dated , their children's freckles, what they cook etc What the actual **** ?!! Even Ian was super irritated !!! Frankly it was all about volume and even a small child ( about 4) behind them actually called out 'hey you stop making so much noise!' Plucky lad ! Ok back now ... Arrived in a humid and hot Portland -a little trepidatious bout the motel ...which was ...
... is in order for our dear trailer. We loved the experience. We feel better for having subjected ourselves to living in close quarters with one another for two weeks. Penny and Henry have developed a bond and Mel and I have tackled some pretty significant issues together. We figured out that we don't need much to have fun. And, despite the wackiness of some of these posts, we have had fun. The trailer allowed for it. Any grievances we had were not related to ...
... in the hallway who was just wondering about and asked if she wanted to join us, which she did. At the doughnut shop I tried this maple and bacon doughnut which was surprisingly tasty; tasted similar to pancake. Then we went to a brewery call Rouge which was highly recommended by a lot of people. After Rouge brewery it was time for me to check in so we headed back to the hostel. When I check in and was shown to my room I found out that ...
We're alive! Alive and in San Francisco, headed to Yosemite tomorrow.
First things first, I forgot to mention a great stop we made on our way out to Yellowstone. While passing through beautiful Waitsburg, WA, amid miles and miles of wheat fields shorn after harvest, we were getting quite weary of driving. Nothing in Waitsburg seemed to be open, but we rounded a corner and saw a dirty sign, letters askew, for a microbrewery. Really? ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking