Residence Inn Portland North/Vancouver
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... It was such a hot day though walking around, but Portland don’t usually get nice weather so again I lucked out on my one whole day in Portland. After lunch, I relaxed back at the guesthouse and had dinner a few hours later so it was a really relaxing stay overall.
The next morning I was headed to San Francisco, but not to stay. I was going to wine country!! So I was very excited for that!
Hope you enjoyed my time in Portland,
... It won't take a psychic to guess that we spend most of our time in the graphic novel and Lego book sections and then Owen buys an inappropriately heavy book that I am sure we can get on Amazon at home and he insists we cannot and even if we can it is too good a bargain to miss. Next we go to Andina for lunch. It is a bit of a hip spot as it serves genuine Andean and Peruvian food. It is really good but ...
... 50 cents to finish our laundry and someone in the gift shop offered it to us. Small things but still nice people.
We decided to take the bellhops advise on dinner and went to the top floor of the tallest building in Portland to eat at the Portland City Grill. It just so happens that the building was 2 blocks away from us so that helped with the decision as well. The bellhop told us we should just eat ...
... hours were going by quickly until we were driving through the Columbia Gorge and it began to downpour. Time seemed to slow, as I gripped the car door handles with white knuckles. My nerves got the best of me since we couldn’t see 1 inch ahead of us, and as I would expect, Jeff noticed the fear on my face as cars and trucks sped past us. These people are nuts! Jeff pulled ...
We saw the miniature paintings that India is so famous for in most, but not all, of the museums we went to while traveling in India two years years ago. Their story is long, rich and illustrious. They emerged from such schools of painting as Tanjore, Melwa, Mewar, Bundi, Kotah, Mughal, Deccani and Attmednagar. But first, ...