SpringHill Suites Portland Airport
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... houses with front porches and real estate agents signs with cheesy pictures of the real estate vendor on the front. We saw coffee shops and deli’s, thrift stores and liquor stores, medical marijuana stores and more burger joints that you can wave a Big Mac at. The one thing that really did stand out however was the number of homeless people in Vancouver, seriously this must be the retirement or holiday location or homeless people, because they at times outnumbered the citizens on ...
... that Jay! Woops! All went smoothly and fairly quickly. We relaxed at the Cornerstone Cafe while the shop worked on the wheel bearings, and we were on our way to Rip City with just a couple hour delay.
We had arranged to stay in a stranger’s driveway that we found on airbnb. We found the house quickly on the northeast side of the city and shockingly also set up quickly. The driveway was extremely narrow, pretty steep, and the ...
... a pleasure to discover. It also takes quite a long time to drive through, so there's that.
Everyone should travel. EVERYONE. At some point. Especially if you haven't travelled before. If you have, do it again. If you don't have time, make time. Go anywhere. Go to Greece, go to the Poconos, go to the Caribbean, go to your grandparents' Florida home. Just go somewhere. Traveling can truly be an eye-opening experience. Not only can you learn all sorts of ...
I drove 15 hours without stopping except for gas and a strawberry cheesequake blizzard from DQ (a necessity). My feet are swollen, I'm completely exhausted, and a bird flew into my windshield on some sort of death wish mission, but I'm otherwise alright. I have lots to do in Portland tomorrow so I best get my beauty ...
... the underlying purpose of this conference - to share ideas of how to live life to the fullest, reach a work / life balance and avoid conforming to societal norms. What does this means, well I guess that’s a personal question you must ask yourself and I’m sure the some 3,000 people who attended asked and kept asking themselves that question over and over during that weekend.
I can say for sure that the conference motivated Amanda, myself ...