Holiday Inn Express Portland West/Hillsboro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... this trip. Our first intent was to just get there and see where we ended up, but as we did more checking we found that making arrangements wasn't always the easiest to do on the fly. So we went to AAA and consulted with a dynamite trip planner who advised us that most of the areas we were planning to go to were going to be in high season, so finding rooms and making arrangements on the fly was a real gamble. So we ended up booking most of our ...
... place the next day. That will be nice and will mean we can grab something to eat and chill after a long haul over from New York. I'm getting excited for that part of our trip. I will stop and pick up some flowers tomorrow morning as I am going to visit Grandma and Grandpa's grave. It's in Gresham which is about 35 minutes away. Leatha said it is hard to find anywhere out close by that sells any. It was nice of her to think of that. Talk ...
... at Edgefield -- but no! Not a ball was lost! We learned about proper golf etiquette, especially on the green, eg, don't step on another player's line. We also learned about reading the green by looking at the slope to try to predict the angle and speed of the ball. Following lunch and a bit of wandering around Edgefield, we headed east into the Columbia River Gorge. In the Gorge we found waterfalls, lightening, thunder, rain, trout, and ...
... with such a variety of these taste-tempting establishments. Grilled cheese sandwiches were a favorite with our group, but Polish dishes also ranked high.
A trip to Portland wouldn't be complete without a walk through Pioneer Courthouse Square. This is a popular gathering place for residents and visitors ...
... you’re close to imagining Powell’s. It’s an entire city block and several floors – despite copious signage I managed to get lost. Of course getting lost in a bookstore isn’t the worst thing in the world. The people that work there love books and know them well. The guy in the Theology section gave me the heads up to read through the translation on the Theresa of ...