Banfield Value Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... That's one of Portland's nicknames. Why? Look it up, it's a good story. (Another good story you should look up is the one about the Portland Elk). I spent the rest of the day walking around exploring the parts of the city I hadn't yet seen (apart from Powell's books where I couldn't resist going again. Although I did have to leave fairly sharpish as I felt my resolve disintegrating). I found a place called Moonstruck chocolate that had been recommended by Julie on my ...
... would meet me there and I would follow her up the hill and park in Dave and Pam’s driveway.
Now I need to explain about uphill and downhill according to this foreigner and visitor to Portland. Wherever you are going is either in one direction or the other and not on roads that follow any kind of logical design, leading me to believe that the grid was either laid out by the guy who designs mazes for rats to run in or it is modeled after ...
... tracks and following all the Timbers fans. It was quite funny looking at everyone waiting at the other train stops because they had no idea why the train wasn’t coming. After getting to the game and meeting Sai there, we sat down just in time for kickoff. It was a tight game until the closing minutes, as the Los Angeles Galaxy scored in the stoppage time period, and then ...
... of Longview, we crossed back into Oregon and took US-30 to Astoria. We checked into our hotel for the night, Hotel Elliott in downtown Astoria. It was pretty nice place, although we didn’t stay for long. Sandy loved the heated stone floor in the bathroom to keep her feet warm after taking a bath. Once we checked into the hotel, we walked to Plaza Jalisco for Mexican for dinner and then headed back to the hotel and went to ...
I've probably written on this topic before, but it's the kind of thing that always comes around again.
I traveled as a kid.
I like to travel as an adult.
My kid? Could take it or leave it.
Far too many people have told me they started their kids traveling young so they'd be good at it. All I can say is that I think it works far better for some kiddos than others- they are all individuals!
Mine likes some things about it, but ...