Motel 6 Portland Downtown
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... to localised earthquakes – creating the rocky Cascade Rapids. A modern day steel bridge now stands in its place connecting Oregon to Washington.
Portland is a foodie town so we travelled back to the city where Ami joined us for a 'foodie tour'.
Braised Assorted Mushrooms with Acorn Squash Puree. Delicately flavoured and served with a glass of local Pinot Noir this was a great start. ...
... a very pretty little park which had a huge bridge overhead and a port onto the river. We went for a coffee in a little cafe where Justin knew the manager. It turned out she is in a band who is playing in Seattle on Saturday night so she has put me on the guestlist! Saturday night? Sorted. After a meander around St Johns we drove to another area called Hawthorn which was really cool. Kind of quirky, a bit alternative and well worth exploring. We stumbled upon a hostel that I ...
Today we had a bit more of a plan of what we wanted to do.
After another great porch breakfast we bussed into town and made our way
towards Forest Park, a larger, less tamed area of 1500 acres, up to the north
west of the city. We had to catch a few different buses, and then a weird van/courtesy
bus to detour us around some bridge construction. We met an incredibly
interesting man called Peter, on the bus and then ran into him again on ...
... fact it is more like a gigantic university with over 6 thousand employees on site daily and more who visit.It has its own lake which is in the centre of the campus and a river as well as a Japanese garden.
Surrounding HQ are gardens and trails.There are 2 child care centres, a hair salon, dry cleaning service, convenience store, ...
... the second ammendment and in a typically American way he kept talking about his Irish heritage and how that comes through in this and that. He also has some Welsh blood where the medium bit comes from. All this yet he is fifth generation San Franciscan. Just let it go people! Stop looking to your ancestors and just embrace who you are! We went to a buffalo wings place which was good. He helped me out with this whole tipping (and tax) malarky, and even paid for my meal. I got the $6 ...