Residence Inn Portland West/Hillsboro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I am learning more about myself at every turn in the road. I can only imagine what I will encounter when I am on The Bike Trip in three short weeks. I am looking forward to the physical challenge of the trip and yet I am afraid of ...
... is smiling and laughing, and we definitely make it a point that we have to take the family on a proper snow holiday one year!
Unfortunately, it is time to go far too quickly, and we need to hurry back for the school pickup. We cannot really stop anywhere on the way back – it’s straight to the school as quickly as possible. We did end up being 15 minutes late, but that wasn’t too bad at ...
... a go and get a free small Legends of Chima playset, and separate again. William loves the Lego city area where he gets to play and build whatever he wants, and eventually we all meet again in a giant Lego pit.
As the show is winding down, we quickly head over to the store where they are selling Lego sets. And some of the prices are amazing – sets which I know got for ...
... and come with the craziest toppings like fruit loops, oreo, bacon and so forth. It is insane! We also learnt about the underground cellars from the 1800s called the Shanghai tunnels where visiting sailors would go into town for a night out drinking alcohol when they docked and were knocked out and pushed down a Shanghai tunnel in the ground beneath them. They were then sold off as blood money to ships needing crew. It was so bad here that ships stopped docking ...
... artwork from Scout Books. What these books do is combine the classic texts of short stories (Edgar Allan Poe, Virginia Wolff, Jack London, etc) and combine them with illustrations from artists. The books are small...pocket sized and cost $4. I really liked the idea! And the illustrations were great. http://landpdx.com/shows/scout-books Downstairs had a nice selection of paper and gift products. I got a couple of cute buttons. ...