Chestnut Tree Inn Portland Mall 205
Travel Blogs from Portland
... keen to get on with it. The day that is. Mel was still lying in bed well after I'd dressed both Henry and Penny. Feel this, she said. A bump on her forehead. Another mysterious bug bite to go along with the series on her calves that she first got in Pendleton and had been driving her crazy ever since. Are these ones getting worse? Yup. The bites on her legs were a ring of welts with a yellow centre. I'd seen a spider in our trailer the day before and ...
... the I-5 again!), we pulled into Fidalgo Bay RV Park in Anacortes, had our beloved KD and wiener "last supper", and toasted to the end of this excellent trip with a bottle champagne! On the Anacortes to Sidney ferry ride home in the morning we reflected on how much we love travelling in our trailer, especially to one of our favourite states, Oregon!
Two Drifters, signing off for this trip (next up, Spain and Portugal!)
Today was quite adventurous. We left our campsite early in Washington and headed to Mt. Rainier and Mt. St. Helens. Unfortunately, we were not able to see either because the road was too narrow and it was very cloudy. So, we ate lunch on the RV and just drove to Portland. ...
... on display.
Someone has done some excellent long term work on seasonal displays, being Spring the entire garden was ...
... with all of you.
As my final entry to this blog I wanted to share some of the things I learned during my latest travels. These are in no particular order, just the way they popped into my head.
1) It is vastly different traveling with companions then it is traveling solo
- You do not meet as many new people; but there is always someone to talk to and eat meals with, which ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed