Comfort Inn & Suites Vancouver
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... distinct neighbourhoods
- aerial tram and OHSU’s meditation garden
- the bridges over the Willamette, and the well-laid-out street plan
- downtown area is basically flat and easy for walking
- cycling culture and bike lanes (maybe not on par with Copenhagen or Cambridge, but probably the best in North America)
When I settle down from travelling so much, I would like to stay for an extended period in Portland and take advantage of all it ...
... to depart there. The flight was comfortable, this plane was a 767 and much better than the 757 we flew out in.
We had dressed for Yorkshire weather (about 45 degrees that morning) so the 4 hours at Ohare in 90 degree weather was a shock. By the time we boarded the flight to PDX, we were both hot, tired and possibly a little cranky from hauling the heavy carry-ons through customs, change of terminals and the long wait. ...
... Kalpesh weaved in and out the streets and found a food market, shops, fountains and statues. Kalpesh ended up again at the first market relaxing and listening too a girl playing a harp, various singers including hillbillies singing I wanna be like you from the Jungle Book. Perfecto. Was a great relaxing day. Kalpesh headed back to hostel where they made food for hostelers, yum spaghetti. Kalpesh and couple of people decided ...
Just to start things off, I would like to write down some things I like about America. This is not an exhaustive list, in fact it is very random, and a list-in-progress. But I do like: the friendliness of most Americans; car pool lanes; grid street layouts; Safeway cards; and how you get given water automatically without any fuss in restaurants.
What I am currently finding perplexing are American crossroads - especially the big and ...
Today Clayton came home from shopping with Mark and bought an absolutely beautiful suit, shoes tie and cufflinks for not very much money!!me and the girls were left behind at home so we took the opportunity to clean up the house and then Courtney was supposed to cook a Turkey for 42 people but she was busy, so i volunteered to do it. I have never cooked a Turkey before, so I googled ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking