Shilo Inn Suites - Newberg
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... that day, Portland had not really sold me. I still felt like I was missing something, but walking around that neighborhood got me thinking, “I could get into this.”
We met up with Ross again that evening, pumped that he was able to spend so much time with us. Not only was it great to see Ross, but we also find that any time we have a friend to explore with makes for a much better overall experience. Our first stop was ...
... street, and they directed us to a restaurant they usually ate it. That is where we went. It was Pizzicato on NW 23rd Avenue and Gilsan Road. They had a lunch special of a panini or slice of pizza with a salad. We were pleased with our choice of place to eat.
We returned to the rose garden and then proceeded to the Japanese Garden. It is 5.5 acres, and one of the most authentic Japanese gardens outside of Japan. There is a free shuttle ...
As everyone kept telling me "it will come", it finally did. It came today, on my Grandson Jack's 9th birthday. I am scheduled to leave this Sunday. Great timing as Corey comes in from Haiti on Sunday and our paths will cross at the Portland airport. I fly to Amsterdam and then to Delhi where I will spend the night. Then on to Bhubaneswar, India, the capital of the state of Orissa or apparently it is ...
... of chefs and foodies): The best Beets I've ever experienced.
Brushed my teeth and flossed twice. It was time to go ride the tram up to OHSU. 4$ round-trip. A micro-community of physicians, medical students, patient's families and hospital administrators. High-fives and good conversations, setting up tables for the Medical School Farmer's Market, and back down to meet I-5 North to Seattle.
Portland Day 1.
After 22 hours of travelling I was not fit to do much on Sunday night when I arrived. With that in mind I decided to make the best of my 2 days off.
Breakfast in the hotel was great and about the first proper thing I had to eat in hours and hours. Thankfully it really set me up for the day..you'll see why.
The first thing I wanted to sort out was power. I had forgotten my AC Adaptor and given the range of electronics ...