SpringHill Suites Portland Airport
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... it got dramatically steep right at the end. Again, if I don’t have
killer legs by the end of this trip…
Washington Park was nice, very well kept and tranquil as. I
felt I couldn’t talk above a whisper. There were only a few people around in
the first part, sleeping on the luscious grass beneath towering pines. We sat
and caught our breath for a bit, and then discovered a playground! Whoopee!
They had good old ...
Got a MET into the city of Portland and then changed to another and got off at the stop advised without much trouble. What was more trouble was finding the house we had a 50/50 decision to make and we made the wrong one and walked 10min in the wrong direction before realising and turning around. This normally wouldn’t be so bad but it is about 31 degrees and I’m carrying two heavy bags.
I forgot to mention, we are couchsurfing for the ...
... of this house and then went to Alberta for a burger and a local Deschutes beer (at the "Tin shed"). So far today I've walked to Safeway on MLK for groceries and now I'm just chilling. Tonight I am heading to a couchsurfing event at a south american restaurant. Tomorrow I'm getting my nails done and heading over to the guy who did my owl tattoo to see whether he'll be able to do another owl on my back. That'll take place down south, close to Lloyd center on NE Broadway.
... so I will cook some for dinner. Emailed Charli last night and may stop to see her tomorrow on my way out of town.
May 16, 2014 Friday-Up early and packed stuff to the car. Watched yet another movie with John before heading out at 11. I drove about 8 miles to an Einstein Bagel shop where I met up with Charli and Stefhan. I was here for their wedding last year. We had a good chat and I really like both of them. Gave her one of ...
... people who have been with me almost the entire time I've lived in this city. We dined at the Night Light and it was probably the first time I'd been there without partaking in the bottomless mimosas (dad would be proud) which was hard to believe considering I stayed up past 2am the previous night. The hugs were long, the words were love, the goodbyes became "let's talk soon" and then...after all the build up of the past few weeks, ...