RiverPlace Hotel, a Kimpton Hotel
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great location....super service, free bike rentals...nice room...what is more to ask?
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... with shops and restaurants, and a good walking trail), then we met before lunch to go over our presentation. Lunch was very good - cold cuts, cheese, etc. for sandwiches. Our presentation went very well! Donna and Gary L. stayed, and we had about 10 participants. We did our usual Dawn-Gary-Carol order, and seemed well received. Afterwards we went out to dinner at Southpark (excellent seafood!) ...
... and I had the honey and lavender. After our ice-cream stop, we walked around taking in the scenery and stopping to visit some of the local shops along the way.
Heading back to the RV park at around 7pm, we could not believe how the day had flown by and how early it felt. The sun still sat high in the sky making the early evening, still very warm. We had a few bags of washing to tackle and only got to bed around 11pm, ...
... ians hanging round staring and looking quite menacing, veiled women carrying bags on their heads, Indian or Pakistani guys all talking animatedly and waving their hands and shouting, plus a mix of about a dozen other nationalities all in the expansive ground floor of the building, which was a market place to behold; people were selling fake mobile phones, even faker watches, strange foods, ****** clothes or running currency exchange booths (more like money laundering) the whole place ...
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With a spring in my step and a determination to remain dry (and my over-pants tucked away into my bag), I set off to catch the bus downtown. Noting it is Sunday, I didn't worry about getting it too early, so enjoyed another sleep in! Catching the No #4 bus, I quickly learned that, just like home, some bus drivers are friendly and helpful and some are not! Having asked for a ticket to Downtown, I was met with a sharp reply of ...
... excitement we had getting lost in the heart of downtown, the hearty conversations we had with our hosts, or the variety of ethic food carts we ravished. Our ride into Portland was rigerous, to say the least. We made it into Todd's breaking 9 PM, even after taking an early start that morning. Todd wasn't joking when he said he lived on the side of a mammoth hill... The labyrinth of turns up the seemingly vertical stone streets were easy to navigate at night ...