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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... some really great hiking experiences….lets hope so at least. If you don’t hear from us, then we’ve probably been eaten by a bear, so please donate all our belongings to the homeless people we saw in Vancouver, particularly the happy hooker and the guy with the needle in his arm. Only kidding, we will keep in touch, I’m sure we will stop off at one of those road side American diners for endless coffee refills and snatch a window of wifi to keep in touch. Until ...
... cheeses in scientific harmony. We construct the perfect sandwiches because everyone wants to make one better than his or her neighbor, whether this is for monetary gain or simply because we are competitive in nature.
Southern Spain is the most traditional place I've spent time, and not surprisingly, they make the worst sandwiches. They eat ham on dry bread, because that's what they eat, but they are happy.
Both countries have lifestyles, and ...
... gardens right when they opened and enjoyed a stroll through. Everything inside the gates was immaculate. I had never been to a garden quite like it. It was calm and made you instantly relax upon entering.
We were making great strides on our list of to dos in Portland. After the gardens, we headed to Salt & Straw to sample what is considered by some to be the best ice cream in Portland. We did not indulge in ice cream anywhere ...
... the shadier parts and noticed that the street beggars get very inventive in their methods for asking for money. They probably deserve the money just for this fact alone! Cathy had her first major driving hiccup today.....worse than ANYTHING Carolyn has done! She actually did turn into a street the wrong way and started driving towards the oncoming traffic before Carolyn pointed out that perhaps we should be on the other side of ...
... a couple of miles of the city centre to enable the majority of the population who live on the east side to commute to the city which is on the west bank of the Willamette river.
The city is very enviro friendly with an extensive light rail system and bike lanes everywhere. Bikes are also considered vehicles so cars are courteous. There is another bridge under construction that is purely for pedestrians and cyclists...like ...