Sheraton Portland Airport Hotel
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... we contacted through Warm Showers, a site where one can provide a free place to stay for weary bicycle tourists. After filling our bellies with a home cooked dinner, complete with cobbler and ice cream, we were shown to our personally bedroom and shower. After a quick run down from Chip the next morning of the public transportation system, we rode the city bus downtown, then to Reed college and the University of Portland. We arrived later in the evening for ...
... as they looked (which is to say very).
I had a lot of nice roommates in Portland, including two Australians, a Colombian, an American who was in town for a steampunk convention, and Two Lovely Ladies from New Jersey who were on a road trip back there from Seattle. The two Australians went to Powell's and brought back favourable reports and three books apiece so I was quite excited when my appointed book shopping day (4 July ...
... people who have been with me almost the entire time I've lived in this city. We dined at the Night Light and it was probably the first time I'd been there without partaking in the bottomless mimosas (dad would be proud) which was hard to believe considering I stayed up past 2am the previous night. The hugs were long, the words were love, the goodbyes became "let's talk soon" and then...after all the build up of the past few weeks, ...
We made it. Mother and child reunion. Paul looks great. Kate too. We had a marvelous meal at Three Doors Down Cafe with Jeff, Kate's Dad, Debbie, Kate's step Mom and of course, Paul and Kate. Hugs all the way around for everyone.
Good conversation, we brought Jeff and Debbie up to to date on the trip behind us and ahead. Turns out Debbie is a huge Van Morrison fan. Extra bonus points. Jeff and Paul compared ...
... as a dream therapist too) says it's a sign that I'm anxious about rushing things and I should slow down and chill out. Life living out of a bag is taking its toll it would subconsiously seem. He may have a point, I am actuely aware I am now on a fixed time frame, with plenty of places left to see. As such I decided to kick back today and chill out. Most of what Portland has to offer I've already ticked off. It is a nice town but perhaps a bit too quiet. ...