Comfort Inn & Suites Vancouver
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Although we arrived into Portland airport, Michael and Rachelle live in Vancouver, Washington, which is just over the river.
We said our goodbyes last night and took the free shuttle to the Portland airport. When we got there we were told that our flight was not listed and that we had been rescheduled to 5.30, one hour later. All was well. Karen let us know her baby was on the way - would it beat us? Our flight from San Francisco was late leaving as someone ...
... the highway, we entered Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area and soon were at the stop for our next waterfalls. We parked at the lot for Horsetail Falls, which can easily be seen from the road. This 200-foot waterfall is absolutely beautiful, but the area can get crowded due its ease of viewing. It is immediately clear where the waterfall got its name as the water takes the shape of horse’s tail is plunges down ...
After our gig in Reno, we hit the streets in search of a taste of the "American Diner" experience. After posing for pictures at the base of an enormous neon lit hotel we settled on a bar rather than a diner but we weren't to be disappointed as they provided an extensive menu of burgers, wraps and at least 8 varieties of chicken wings.
Our eyes lit up when a pool table was spotted in the corner of the bar but we were immediately put off when we discovered ...
I glanced around the table and tried to mentally count the number of marathons, ultras and other superhuman physical feats this group has under their collective belts. I stopped counting when I neared triple digits. I call them the "Dragon Slayers", my dearest friends, and they have gathered together to welcome one of their own back home...me. Kat, Cheryl, Cindy, Raille, Shelley, Diane, and Andrew...we are akin to brothers and ...
... saw artifacts as we wandered, trapsed, idled and meandered through museums, especially the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharj Vastu Sangrahalaya Museum in Mumbai perusing, among other items, the plethora of miniatures, India's style that was developed in the 17th century and introduced to the country via Persia.