Chestnut Tree Inn Portland Mall 205
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- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
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After donuts, we made the short drive out to Beaverton and the Nike World Headquarters. My friend, Brian Parrott, had put me in touch with Mike Nakajima who is the person in charge of Nike Tennis Player Management (and who used to be in charge of all of Nike Tennis). His job is making sure the top players like Rafa, Roger, Serena, and Maria are kept happy. What a gig! Mike met us in front of the ...
... located in a historic lodge building on the Historic Edgefield complex in Troutdale near the entrance to the Gorge. We then revel in a leisurely drive up the Historic Columbia River Highway where we stopped at many pull offs and enjoyed hikes to several waterfalls, into deep woods trails and other attractions.
I hope you enjoy the pictures and another one of my waterfall videos. We really love waterfalls!
Enjoy the ride!
... and the roads in Seattle were by far the dumbest to navigate.
The GPS got us turned around and we couldn't find parking anywhere so we just headed to Portland.
We ate dinner at Rouge Brewery and it was yummmmmmyyyyyyyyy! We all loved Portland, especially the Pearl District. I wish we could have stayed longer but we really needed to hit the road early the next morning.
Tuesday we headed to ...
... things in and take things out daily. I read lots of travel blogs about packing, packing fopr women, packing for three weeks, packing for a year, different weather etc...Lots of reading about how othet people do it. I went to the AAA travel store and bought a bunch of stuff, ordered things on line, and did a lot of returning right up until the day before I left. I decided after booking 10 flights that I wanted to go all carry on all the way. I didn't want to be away from ...
... That's just the price of coffee," he said. There is no union and no government intervention, price is set by custom and tradition. No one tries to undercut their neighbor-- their way of life works for them, and they don't want to change it.
In the US, we don't operate the same way. Competition and economic success drive our every move. Prices are carefully calculated based on supply and demand, and self-worth is often measured in paychecks.