Chestnut Tree Inn Portland Mall 205
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... restaurant. It was raining and we had wet clothes and shorts on. It was a little fancy! But the food was absolutely amazing! The beer was great, and even desert was good! We then ran all the way home and got saturated by the rain, however it was an entertaining way to finish the day! An extra big thanks to BUM for her hospitality! It was an amazing part of our trip and we are very thankful! Second last day of our trip tomorrow! See you all soon! ...
... Walla was always a fun, artsy sort of place but now it's even more so with the growth of the winery business in the Columbia Basin. I stopped for lunch and had a hard time finding a parking space, on a Sunday afternoon. I finally found one and had a great Cobb Salad with scallops at a place called The Olive.
Once you reach the Washington/Oregon state line, you are on one of ...
... trail was reserved for bikes and pedestrians (although there were very few people walking it), and since it followed the river, it was completely flat. We rode for about five miles and found a little amusement park (that's right, another amusement park). We had to stop, of course, and let the kids jump on a few rides. This park was happily one of the least expensive places to ride a ride that we've seen...about $2 per ride. Likewise, ...
... is a whole parking lot full of food trucks. There are so many different ones, you can pretty much choose whatever you want and there would be a truck there. And they were so cheap! We decided on an Egyptian truck that was selling gyros, which are kind of like a wrap, with either chicken or lamb and a whole heap of vegetables. They were really yum and so fulling. We spent the rest of the day looking at available flats and jobs on Craigslist.
Monday 5 - Sunday 11 August - We spent ...
... It is Dick's and my belief that we are responsible for each other, no matter the language we speak, the color of our skin, the stability of our domicile or lack thereof, and the talents that we possess whether fulfilled or not. We are our brother’s keeper—so let’s travel India and the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed