Quality Inn Wilsonville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... after a good night sleep. Sharon off to gym, Gary off to help someone with something and I am packing and first stop will be the Subaru store. After Sharon came home I finished packing and left. Subaru store first and made an appt for Tuesday July 1st. Then Freddie’s to do some shopping and found 2 pair of shoes I like, some PJs and a few other things. Next the bead store where I took Phil’s ‘necklace’ for ...
... s doc is Ally Howe, a super sharp primary care/ sports medicine Doctor from Portland, Maine (the OTHER Portland). Ally traveled by herself a couple of days after we got there. She also had a trip from hell. Actually, her trip put mine to shame. She had an overnite from the east coast to Frankfurt followed by a 10 hour layover in the Frankfurt airport, followed by another overnight flight. At least in theory. Thanks again to Aeroflot (or aeroflop I like to say) her plane ...
... around midnight he sings! Too bad, at that time I am asleep.
I was also advised to watch carefully where I put my feet, because a few weeks ago, Fred's 2 inch size turtle decided to take a walk... Mystery? Did she froze to death on the deck, did she fall on the street and became turtle soup, or maybe she still is wandering around and will ...
... into the core and spend a little more time and money. That being said, Portland has a significant homeless presence that isn't isolated to ghettos or districts. Perhaps that's a good thing. You can't turn a blind eye to it. Our first stop was Boy's Fort which we'd spied yesterday. What a great store. A must see for eclectic tastes. Think Urban Outfitters but instead of mass produced 'cool' the products are made by a select number of local artisans ...
... They believe that people should follow and believe in whatever they want as long as it works for them and makes them happy. Then we got to talk to Clarence, a homeless man who is advocating for this homeless shelter where they are putting up tents and providing food and shelter for 12 hours for any homeless person in need of rest. He was super encouraged that we took the time to listen to him and he gave us free stickers-bonus! The ...