Residence Inn Portland South
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... situation. The meat bird’s coop got blown over by the wind, so we had to fix that. Turned out to be not that hard but still needed to be done. After work, I went a nice bike ride, as I am hoping to ride into town tomorrow on my day off. For dinner, we had amazing "fall-off" the bone pork ribs, which were to die for. I was waiting so long to have this and ended up being all I dreamed of and ...
... at the bridge to the island. The traffic is already backing up though. Apparently it is quite a popular attraction on the weekends, but as we are not too close to prime pumpkin season yet, the traffic isn’t too bad. When we do arrive, they have parking attendants already to direct the cars to empty spaces, and there are quite a lot of people here.
Unpacking, it is surprisingly hot. We notice we are the only people with ...
We started the day late with a walk to the eponymous food carts in a section right near the old town -( altho they are all over town) basically empty lots are taken over permanently by mobile food carts offering all kinds of hot food esp vegan/ veggie. So humus n salad sandwich ( huge) followed by a walk to Voodoo doughnut ! en route passed fab western outfitters store with great plaid shirts, jeans , more hats etc.Also saw the ...
... I am going to say it was a girl even though her head was always down so I couldn’t get a good look at features. Once these two emerged from the motor home they were in and out of the motor home and the car sorting through containers big ones and small ones, shifting containers from the motor home to the car and visa versa. Containers were moved from the trunk to the car, from the car to the motor home and from the motor ...
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Looking back on the trip, we managed to put together a memorable experience. Some of it was pure dumb luck, but it worked out. The cities and towns we visited, the hotels where we stayed, the transportation all turned out to be good choices. For a couple of duffers we were pretty pleased.
Contrary to many other people’s experience, we encountered absolutely no rudeness from the French. They told us that in ...