Residence Inn Portland Airport at Cascade Station
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... stuff in the room, and went to the supermarket. I slowly wandered the Isles looking for treats for myself, I bought sweet wine, jelly beans, a toblerone, pastrami, cheese, some lovely Parmesan bread and some lays barbecue crisps. I settled down in front of the TV and thoroughly enjoyed some me time. I reorganised by bags and had a lovely bath. Rob returned at about 10.30 to find me sleepy, much to his disappointment! The bed was wonderfully comfortable and was huge, an American king ...
... jump right back in.
I am sold on sabbaticals. I believe everyone should get at least one in their lifetime to reset. My mom dying at 62 was the main catalyst behind this trip.
I'm looking forward to some friends and family visiting me in Portland this summer and spending at least another month free before starting to interview for a new job. I am a performer so I'm not worried about work, it's finding the right ...
... Hong Kong, anything seemed to go!
Anyway we arrived at our hotel, which was very comfy, lovely and clean – and our room was big, unlike Hong Kong, ha ha! Hungry and tired we ate a delicious meal in the hotel restaurant, called Nonna’s kitchen (which make me chuckle) and I chowed down on the most succulent organic steak sandwich that I have eaten. After the air Canada excuse for a vegetarian meal I have to say I really didn’t give a damn. The meat was good and ...
... you hear my voice come through the music?
Would you hold it near as it were your own?
It's a hand-me-down; the thoughts are broken.
Perhaps they're better left unsung.
I don't know, don't really care;
Let there be songs to fill the air.
Ripple in still water,
When there is no pebble tossed, nor wind to blow.
Reach out your hand if your cup be empty;
If your cup is full, may it be again.
Let it be known: there is ...
... times. As we head back, we keep in contact via our phones again, and arrange to stop in at the Multnomah Falls, as we figure there will not be as many people there anymore. We are also a bit further away from the actual falls, so it’s easier to find a place to park. Eight years ago we wandered around more and walked up to the bridge between the dual falls, but this time we stay near the base, as it is after 6pm already!