Residence Inn Portland North Harbor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... iphone we were soon checked in. In the vast expanse of Hong Kong airport we searched out some food, and ate (or tried to) the worst overpriced pasta you could possible fathom, and drank the most expensive beer/water that you could also imagine. Hong Kong airport may be big and slick with its three storey luxury boutiques, but cheap it was not, that’s for sure, if you are coming here, bring lots of money, and that’s advice for free! Ha ha!
So we really were ...
... the 1.7 miles along the waterfront at the suggestion of someone on our tour. Well, we saw some of Portland's finest homeless people. As someone told us, this is the place that young people come to retire since the climate is typically temperate and the social programs take care of them.
Dinner was fantastic! We shared an appetizer (grilled prawns with ancho chili and coffee rub), small salad (Caesar's salad), Oregon Coast Petrale Sole (with chanterelle ...
... other amazing landmarks throughout. I've driven through pastures and plains, cities and one-horse towns, mountains and canyons alike. I've had cheese in Wisconsin, potatoes in Idaho, and some great brews throughout the country. I've had sunshine, heavy wind, lightning storms, and hail. I hiked the Tetons and Chicago's Magnificent Mile; I toured Yellowstone and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Some of you would probably ask what the highlight of this journey was. ...
... a historical tour of the lodge at no cost. Our guide was a local volunteer devoted to the building and its history; passionate and knowledgeable retirees are my favorite. Our guide walked us through the Depression Era construction, with two remarkable takeaways. 1) With minimal funds, many added features were made of repurposed materials. 2) The ...
... streets in the Pearl District shut down and a local street fair take centre stage. There is music, beer, coffee and markets all on offer - it was just perfect time for us and so good to just wander and take it all in. The highlights of this fair was by far the music, more specifically the futuristic marching band and banging out cello player… serious talent!