Residence Inn Portland South
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... add to that a moving train and it ain't pretty. Nuff said! I then try to nap, which only results in Andrew snoring his head off. We watch the scenery stay the same for a few hours, occasionally with glimpses of lakes, rivers and snow capped mountains. Before we know it we head to the dinning room for our lunch reservation. We order the hamburgers and they are surprisingly good. When seated you have to pair up with another couple, so this results in lots of chatting ...
... like you just got back from camping and no one will notice, because a lot of people look like they just stepped off a trail to somewhere. My kind of place. It's true of Colorado too. You can wear hiking boots with everything and no one blinks. D.C. needs more hiking boots. If you can wear tennis shoes with your suit on the way to work, you should be able to get away with hiking boots too. If more ...
On arrival in Portland we took a few stunning photos of Mt Batchelor and Mt Hood sticking above the clouds. After landing safely we negotiated our way to the hostel in less than an hour....after a much needed shower to freshen up we headed out to explore. A visit to Mt Wellington, Rose Gardens, our first microbrewery Lucky Lab and our second Rogue for dinner we were done for. Off to bed for us and hopefully a huge sleep to ...
... fish, and, of course, pastries. When you order something at a restaurant, you say, for example, “Je vuex du buerre avec bifteck,” meaning “I’d like the butter with steak”. However, butter, itself, is almost never served on the table, unless it’s requested.
The national sport in France is pickpocketing. The Louvre is such a popular spot that busloads of young pickpockets come from as far away as Romania ...
... shore of Oswego Lake itself and take in the peaceful calm of the water.
Oswego Iron Heritage Trail - this walking tour guides visitors along streets and pathways associated with Oregon's brief iron industry. Signage along the trail tells the story of the industry through the eyes and experiences of people involved in bringing the iron industry to the Pacific Northwest. The trail varies in landscape, as it takes you ...