Comfort Inn & Suites Vancouver

Address: 401 East 13th Street, Vancouver, Washington, 98660, United States | 2 star hotel
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      Nose Surgery

      A travel blog entry by valfelony17 on Mar 03, 2014

      ... in an injury or throughout prior surgical procedure. Nose job surgical treatment could change:. Nose size, in connection with the various other face structures. Nose width, at the bridge. Nose profile, with noticeable bulges or depressions on the bridge. Nose idea, that is huge or spheric, drooping, or also upturned. Nostrils that are large, broad or upturned. Nasal asymmetry and variance. The typical expense of nose surgical procedure is ...


      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Aug 03, 2013

      ... but the owner living quarters has been converted into a few dorms. There are no keys, but if you are locked out (usually at night) you ring the doorbell and the owner, who lives in a room to herself (and shares the one bathroom) comes and opens the door. What adds to the randomness of all this is the owner is morbidly obese and moves around in an electric wheelchair. Thus it can take a while for her to answer the bell. I give her a generous ten years. The hostel wasn't quite ...

      Columbia Gorge & Mt Hood

      A travel blog entry by rorox on Jul 22, 2013

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      ... short hike required to reach them. This meant we had ample time to fiddle with camera settings and just enjoy this beautiful area without the caos of crowds, children, umbrellas waving in the air and all the other joys of overpopulated tourist areas. From here we went to the famous Multnomah falls. As expected there were tourists everywhere and in defense for our photos, it would have been best to visit in the afternoon for lighting purposes, ...

      The Pacific Northwest

      A travel blog entry by vee_vee on Nov 26, 2012

      ... city from the top was awesome, we arrived just before the sun started to set to we hung out for a little while and watched the city change from light to night. Liam braved the gale and sheets of rain, going out onto the external viewing deck while I enjoyed the view from the dry, warm and safe indoors. We grabbed an early dinner from Mama's Mexican Kitchen, where we got serenaded by two old Mexican hombres. It was quite hilarious but also totally awesome. Those boys sure could carry a ...

      Hours of Boredom and Moments of Sheer Panic...

      A travel blog entry by agronomist on Aug 12, 2012

      ... at home and carefully weighed on the bathroom scales. That prompted a frantic search for anything we could find to transfer to our hand carry bags. Doug succeeded on his first attempt, even though he managed to conceal a toe on his right foot that nudged the bag upward during the weighing process. It took three tries for me to pass the test, and that succeeded in completely destroying the careful packing job I had done the night ...