aloft Portland Airport at Cascade Station
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Indoor pool
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... t about Spain or Europe or anything foreign and exotic. It's about what I have right here at home. I was missing one word to tie my thought together, and to really articulate how I feel after 5 months abroad and 10 days back in Portland. Fatefully, this evening Granddad said to my dad exactly what I have been feeling, but unable to accurately articulate: "It takes a village."
As the old proverb goes, "it takes a village to raise a child." After separating ...
... The park was quiet and peaceful, and we sat on the bench for quite a while before reading about the innovative use of rainwater and native plants within the park. No wonder Kraig had recommended it - it was definitely his cup of tea. All of this touring around town had us thirsty, so we met up with Ross and headed across the river to Hair of the Dog Brewery. Their logo is a crabby looking bulldog with a cigar in its mouth, so I was ...
... of the neighborhoods. Market had crafts, music, food etc Weather low 70's but foggy along .
... civilian aircraft. I was told that the Ford Tri-Motor was being prepared to be moved out of the museum by its owner and possibly flown. How exciting to know that a museum aircraft might be out flying around the country. I would like to see it in the air. The few miles to Portland were not fun. We spent almost two hours crawling through rush hour traffic including 30 minutes spent moving 1/4 mile to the off ramp to the hotel. If I were to do this again I would get ...
... but we couldn’t find any that were open or accessible to the public. Ah well.
Onto Mt. Hood…No matter where it is, it’s always quite amazing to suddenly have a snow capped mountain looming above all else come into view, and this was the case with Mt. Hood. At just over 11,000 feet it’s the tallest mountain in Oregon and has snow on it year round. In fact, it’s one of the only places that I ...