Staybridge Suites Vancouver - Portland Area
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... we head off, we go for a walk to the Latourell falls to check them out. Lavinia and I came here 8 years ago when travelling for our honeymoon, so it is nice to be back here again with the kids! After the stroll to the waterfall and back, we keep driving along the historic highway and past the other waterfalls along the gorge. It really is spectacular scenery through here. The Multnomah Falls are the most popular and picturesque, but ...
... one with an IBU (international bitter units) of 100/100!). The day was perfect, hot and sunny, but a breeze off the river and shade tents to keep us cool-ish. A great way to spend a Wednesday!
McMennimen's Crystal Palace was very funky, European style (read shared bath!), with blues and jazz-themed rooms; ours was titled "Mystery Train" with the words to the song by Little Junior Parker stencilled around the ...
... beautiful !!! After the rose garden I decided to kick it back in the adjacent park. Lugging around my 10 kilo back pack everywhere was taking its toll :) So I relaxed for a little while taking in the scenery and the mornings events. There was a group of people making huge bubbles for a few youngsters around to enjoy. And the sun being out made it quite peaceful indeed. Whilst there I had the good fortune of being called. On the other line of the phone ...
The internet bookings for Sydney that we've attempted to make have been far from successful and more than a bit frustrating.
First, I searched to find what might be playing in the Sydney Opera House and selected a concert for the Los Angeles Guitar Quartet. Went to the booking page and found a couple of nose-bleed tickets available (I think it would be a shame to not have the experience of actually hearing the touted acoustics). Problem was ...
... at 5pm. When we'd done there, we wandered up to the Pearson Field Army Air Corps to have a look at the planes they had outside and have a go in the helicopter that Cat had got me lessons in (see photo). After that excitement, we headed back to the van to decide our next move and decided to drive to Mount Rainier National Park. As it was getting late, we jumped on the interstate until the exit we required. We then drove for an hour or ...