Motel 6 Portland Downtown
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and the Kyle's offered us another night in their lovely home, which we readily accepted. After a delicious breakfast, we left the Kyle household with our last day in Portland ahead of us, which we spent shopping, sightseeing, and exploring. We decided we wanted to make it a little ways out of the city, so as to avoid the morning traffic. Charles Shaw, from Warm Showers, readily accepted our last minute request, and even specially cooked us a delicious dinner ...
... happened) came along. This bookshop really is amazing, with all sorts of little gems (like unedited Nancy Drew books) and a cafe so I didn't even have to leave to get sustenance. I whiled away several hours in there and managed to buy not one single book. I think my problem was I found a few books I wanted to buy but couldn't narrow down which to choose (I have to fit clothes and toiletries in my suitcase too I reminded myself) so I ...
... tied to a brick. Heavy... and floating.
Portland (the city) sent me off in style as well... with ----RAIN!---- The first part of the drive put my windshield wipers to the test, but I couldn't tell between the tears and the rain. Who let ninjas cut onions in the back of my car?
And, you now what I'm gonna say next.....
.....It's not goodbye, just 'see ya later.'
Gracias mi amigos. Muchas gracias. <3
... how to beat your car getting towed.
Sadie the adventure dog met Jesse the wonder frisbee dog and the girls hit it off right away. They may have been just happy to be out of our respective cars during dinner, but I think there was good cousin chemistry going on.
Halloween night in Portland, is a bit like Seattle in that in some cases you can't tell if it's a costume or just a hipster. Portland is edgy ...
... about him to warrant an off shot film so it is slightly commendable they've made two. It was set in Japan too, so I did a bit of 'spot what's familiar' which was fun. Mainly some scenes in Ueno train station, Tokyo. After this I meandered back to the hostel, stopping in a Denny's on the way. I haven't been in one before. It is like a classic American diner chain. I picked up an underwhelming and weridly tangy pot roast. Back at the hostel I cracked on ...