Portland Value Inn & Suites
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... side of the Columbia River.
We began at the Bonneville Fish Hatchery, located in a serene setting with interpretive pathways leading visitors to the pools with salmon, trout, and sturgeon in various states of growth. The sturgeon may be viewed through a window where there are several large specimens up to ten feet long, seventy years old, and five hundred pounds The hatchery releases 10,000,000 fish each year in the river where they swim downstream into the Pacific. Just ...
... to his home! What an amazing street! The homes couldn't of been anymore of how I had imagined traditional American homes with porch and all! We was introduced to Tim, Eriks room mate and settled in. Ready to set off we headed back to town to visit the once biggest independent bookstore the the world. Armed with a map we set off and got lost in walls of books! After purchasing a few great finds the only next thing we could do is set off to Man V Food Voodoo Doughnuts! ...
Bookstore - Starbucks - Walmart - panda express Yea it rained the whole stay in Portland so we crashed in a Walmart parking lot and spent a couple hours in a book store. It was a biggie bookstore though... 3 floors! We will have to come back because there was much more to be seen here. And it's on our list of places to ...
... van. More on him later.
Forest Park was awesome, very rugged and so much green. 50 shades
of green, in fact probably more. It was beautiful, and I was pretty jealous of
the Portlandians for having this right in their backyard, so to speak. We had
to walk the last few streets up to the entrance of the park, and the houses we
saw in those streets were beyond beautiful. You would definitely need money to
have bought one, unless you ...
... made it easy by suggesting we visit this place. We then went for a walk around another food truck area where I had Thai which we ate in a public square. Portland are big on their food trucks.
On the way back we jumped off at a nearby organic food market that Colin had suggested. Well he implied it was nearby but it was miles out of the way. I get the impression this is not a couple who do their shopping at 7/11. The shop had no brands and was steep but we were here now ...