Residence Inn Portland Airport at Cascade Station
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... That's one of Portland's nicknames. Why? Look it up, it's a good story. (Another good story you should look up is the one about the Portland Elk). I spent the rest of the day walking around exploring the parts of the city I hadn't yet seen (apart from Powell's books where I couldn't resist going again. Although I did have to leave fairly sharpish as I felt my resolve disintegrating). I found a place called Moonstruck chocolate that had been recommended by Julie on my ...
... so the wind-driven rain was cold, the tides and high waves were impassable, and there was no place for them to go because the banks of the river rise up so steeply from the shore. After all they had gone through, to be so close and to be so miserable, must have taken amazing mental fortitude! The place where they were trapped is named "dismal nitch", and it certainly was to them.
Then today we went to Mt. St. Helens. Both Greg and ...
... A few times during the movie freaked me out. After all, it was a 3D movie. They made sure to make it look like the dinosaur had seen you and might be coming after you. The last scene had a dinosaur scratching the screen. Scared me silly! It was quite an interesting movie. The restaurant was called Brasserie Monmarte. Yum! I had a perfectly done steak, and Greg had a perfectly done lamb. One of my best meals ever, along with food we had at the ...
... 10,000 roses here, all sorts of varieties and overlooking a great view of the city. Unfortunately they were not in their full bloom, it being fall, so most were dead or not flowering. So that was a pretty quick stop too.
Onwards to the city bit, we had a wander around. We didn't come across anything of particular special interest, just the usual, but it was nice for a stroll. We had ...
... the adults panting and frantically counting kids to make sure we didn't leave one in the monkey house or the bat cave. It was a blast. The girls couldn't have gotten along better, and it was great to catch up with my cousins. We even made a trip on the kiddie train to the rose test garden that Zach had wanted to see, and it was a hit even with the kids (who mostly wanted to destroy the blossoms and dig in the dirt, but hey, they did ...