Super 8 Wilsonville
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Mel throws a bag of McDonald's out the other. A Bush-Cheney bumper sticker curled on the back window. Max Webster on the FM. Anyway. The hotel near a train stop is perfect. It's a simple system to navigate and a day pass for an adult runs you $5. Downtown Portland is lovely. It is surprisingly like Calgary's downtown in appearance, at least with respect to the older buildings mixed with modern business architecture. There are, however, far more green-spaces and ...
Oh my !! Where to start off. So last entry I was on my way to find a sleeping bag and go for a sleep in Waterfront Park; decided against Couch Park as I'd already had a fun sprinkler experience. Not to mention other events of the night Haha. So I found myself in the park, and never managed to locate a shop that sold sleeping bags. Sleeping was going to happen again wearing nothing but jeans, my shoes, and shirt hoodie. Anyway, it was 9pm ...
Winter solstice! Yippee, tomorrow (approximatively) nights will start to become shorter again! And please do not talk about the end of the world, again! Any way I do not care at all, Santa came for me so all is well ;-) My first personal X-mas stocking! Isn't that something!
Charlene did a lot of wrapping, this is really something here in the USA, people send post packages all over the country! I stick to some letters, written on extra light paper ...
... then a good hamburger, then coffee again. I had the time to write 2 letters and read a little bit! What could I ask more!
Finally I took the commuter train, and Fred and Charlene picked me up at the station in Wilsonville. Aahh, I am so glad to see them again! I have found their beautiful appartment and "my room" again like last year, and I am looking forward to spending some wonderful 10 days here!
Was out in Oregon's wine country today (Yamhill County to be precise), taking a small tour group of 3 ladies to 3 wineries. Made a wrong turn (thanks GPS, for telling me a major winery on a highway does not exist but somehow all the boondocks ones do) and ended up at Winery #3 at lunchtime instead of Winery #2 which was the one that had indoor ...