Days Inn Portland/Gresham
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... We didn't have time to tour the on-site submarine, and I was disappointed that the laser lab was reserved for a private party. It's a place I could have spent a day or two. And I think the kids liked it too. During Iris' nap, I took Dean to Camping World to get some supplies, and he was excited to see the big rig they had in the showroom. It put our fifth wheel to shame, but sitting in it I could tell I wouldn't ...
... strong suit of mine. I haven't completely finished the trim in the bathroom, but for what I finished, including the door, looks great. So I am pretty proud of my work. For dinner, we had more pizza and we used homemade dough, made by yours truly. Even though I put a tad too much yeast in, everything turned out great. We had 3 pizzas; a Hawaiian, Buffalo Chicken, and ...
... shade. Some nice flat rocks do, and we get the sandwiches out, and just admire the scenery.
William is keen to run around, and spots someone fishing nearby, so I walk him across so he can see the fish. He keeps on about wanting to see snow – and we have been patiently explaining to him that what we can see on the mountain is probably as close as we are going to get! The fisherman overhears, and says ...
Caroline was enjoying the flying - or at least wasn't getting sick ;-) - so we opted to forego another US city in Seattle and fly directly to Alaska. That would give us more time for activities there and to get Maggie checked out before the Pacific crossing. Beforehand though I really wanted to check out Portland. I'd heard so much about it and was excited to get a first impression. Apparently every Saturday is market day in downtown near the river, so ...
... An elementary school for breakfast?! That's right. A hotel chain renovated the once-abandoned school (originally built in 1915) and turned it into a fairly unique establishment. They have guestrooms fashioned from former classrooms complete with original chalkboards, a restaurant, multiple small bars, a movie theater, soaking pool, and a brewery. It was pretty cool.
After breakfast we headed back to our hotel in downtown ...