Holiday Inn Express Portland West/Hillsboro
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... We didn't have time to tour the on-site submarine, and I was disappointed that the laser lab was reserved for a private party. It's a place I could have spent a day or two. And I think the kids liked it too. During Iris' nap, I took Dean to Camping World to get some supplies, and he was excited to see the big rig they had in the showroom. It put our fifth wheel to shame, but sitting in it I could tell I wouldn't ...
After landing at JFK, we maneuvered the Air Train and then a couple of subway trains to arrive in lower Manhattan late afternoon. We stopped at O'Hara's bar for a couple of drinks, which helped us ease into the time zone change and experience the camaraderie of the seasoned bartender and his clientele. We did beat Shea to her wonderful old condo in a classic old 1907 building, designed by Cass Gilbert ...
... are completely empty! We take that as a sign that while the government is shut down, entrance is free!
Grabbing the picnic gear, we head towards the lake, and it is truly impressive. There is not too much wind, so we get the mirroring effect on the lake, with the mountain in the background. I’m taking plenty of photos, as we head around to find a picnic spot in the sun, as it is a bit too cold ...
... with rain threatening we headed off to taste some local wines. The Wine Studios had a mix of grapes to try (bought 2 super Rieslings) but the more attractive Elk Cove winery, amidst rolling hills and lovely views (if it stopped raining) had some great Pinots. We returned via an upmarket supermarket where the tattooed cheese manager suggested some local cheeses - and they were good. Neil snored loudly again last night so I decamped to the sofa and slept a lot ...
... there, a woman came over, asked about our trip, then told us everything that was going to happen once the train was closer. She even asked us if we wanted to try to get onto an earlier train (we didn't). We had a very restful time at the station and when it came time to board (autocorrect just changed bard to lard) the train, we had a very easy time getting on and situated. Handicapped seat and close to the bathroom. ...