Chestnut Tree Inn Portland Mall 205
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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... time down there taking photos, we all headed back towards Forest Park, where we had a lovely, meandering drive through the forest.
I finally arrived at the Raddison Hotel, near the airport, late afternoon.
Overall, Portland is a beautiful city and despite the inclement weather, it is easy to see the full potential it would have in the other seasons. It's a mix of beautiful city-close parklands and forests and the working areas down along ...
... on Todd's couches for our first night and tried to rise as early as we could muster the next morning. Todd had left early to go hiking with his girlfriend, so we had the house to ourselves. We decided to leave our bikes and gear at Todd's so we could enjoy a day walking, for a change. Big mistake! We forgot how awful walking is, and later decided that it was better meant for Neanderthals. Our first day consisted of getting lost in, what seemed to be a ...
... we lost all power to the RV and became stuck in the middle of the car park. We couldn't move forward or backward as it said that the brakes were engaged, but no matter what we tried,nothing worked. So whilst Anson tried to sort it out, Rachel and I took Kaya to the children's museum that was near the car park. We had an absolute blast inside, were we could visit a play vet and care for the animals, play with a heap of water activities, do some play shopping, and so much ...
... city streets and a great park which includes rose gardens, Japanese gardens etc. It had a calm pleasant vibe although the presence of the homeless was there again on most street corners with shop security moving them on rather than police. It wasn't the easiest place to navigate and after a good 1/2 hour looking for maps and info on google i gave up and we headed for a train near by. We did get some help all be it with indifference, it was by luck ...
Today was another sad day. Napoleon and a female sheep were killed today. It was interesting because we used a guy who does mobile slaughter. It was really cool how he did, and we were allowed to watch, and I am really happy I did. All the cuts were well planned and were used to get the hide off. After removing the hide, he gutted them. Napoleon was sawed in half, in order to stash the meat in the van ...