Motel 6 Portland Downtown
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Heute morgen kurz nach 7:00 setzten wir unsere Reise in Richtung Süden fort.
Unser erstes Ziel war der Mount St. Helens, der zweite aktive Vulkan, den wir besuchen wollten.
Das mit dem ersten war ja nix ...
Unterwegs gab´s ein leckeres Frühstück in Kelley´s Kountry Kafe irgendwo im großen Nichts des Bundesstaates Washington. Ein …
... some nice, unstressed time just shooting the breeze, working the jukebox and
glowing under the neon. The night ended with a walk, a bus, another walk, and
an amazing rendition (or two…) of Islands in the Stream – at least I thought so
* Peter is not this man’s real name. I doubt anyone other
than my family and close friends are going to read this blog, but I still feel
like some privacy should be held in tact for ...
... the whole a really fun evening and it was nice to spend time with other people. I took a sneak look at the bill when it came. They had footed $185. We offered to pay some but they were insistent, basically they said that all their friends were boring/had kids/married off and they just enjoyed spending time with other people.
We went to a German bar to end the night where we had normal larger and everyone was a little drunk by this point. ...
... all though last time I was south of Alberta on like 13 ave (now I'm a couple blocks north close to Killingsworth), and first time I was east of Alberta (by Fernhill park). I really would recommend staying with people in a house in this area of town if you haven't been to Portland before. I find that the central downtown area is a pretty soulless place to actually stay while here, even though there are pretty nice new apartments there. Hotels are very ...
... Dragons, dressed in tartan, were the embodiment of the expression 'it's the taking part that counts'. Whilst some teams were doing a fairly intensive warm-up session, the Highland Dragons' activity looked more like a toddler mobility session, with lots of rolling hips and disorganised windmilling of the arms (there was a lot of crashing into each other). They were, of course, our top pick for the gala. Sadly, they were eliminated in the ...