Rodeway Inn & Suites Portland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... amp; Robby place...I think Robby wanted to see the end of the game! When we left the score was GB 16 - SS 0...at 3 qtr time! One qtr remaining...
On the way, we did briefly stop at Pittock Mansion, which is just around the corner from Dave & Robby's house, in the West Hills of Portland. Pittock Mansion was built in 1902 for "The Oregonian" publisher, Henry Pittock. Unfortunately, the Mansion wasn't open when we visited, however, the grounds look ...
... city, yet didn't dare step foot in one of the busses hurdling by, for fear of being swept away to a place far, far away. Our adventures over the next few days were too many to cover in detail in this format, but to suffice it to say there were no dull moments. We stayed at Todd's an additional night before parting ways, leaving him with our most sincere thanks. The next two nights we spent in equal kindness at Chip Kyle's with his wife up another monster ...
... take you from the rose garden up the hill to the entrance. Many different gardens are located here. The four of us paid a total of $33 for the Japanese Garden
Earlier, while we were on the train, we saw a long line of people waiting outside a stadium. Now this is at 10 AM, and they were waiting for the gates to open for a soccer game, the Portland Timbers vs Vancouver Whitecaps. The soccer game was at 6 PM. I thought, oh my, how long they ...
... t count them all, but the downtown carts encompass a city block all parked facing out towards the street. Behind the carts are a square-shaped, jam-packed parking lot and a dumpster for the overflow of trash. Sadly, the homeless and mentally ill are everywhere begging for money and dumpster diving in the middle of that public parking lot … a real eye opener to witness. I suppose this is ...
... them out into their new space, which Brian and I made for them yesterday. There was one bird that was injured and won't go for the food, so I put some food in my hand and had him peck at it. I then carried some alfalfa out to the lambs, as well as a bowl of salt, which supposedly the lambs really like. It isn’t the same salt we eat, a little brownish-red, but same idea. We then stopped for lunch, and after lunch, I collected more eggs and washed ...