Portland North Days Inn
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The accomadation were very nice. The rooms were clean and the stay pleasant.
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... picked it – for good luck, and oh yes, the rock bottom price) and in true Indian form he was asleep on a blanket, lying on the floor behind reception. Anyway, we checked into the Ritz (ahem) room which was probably the smallest damp smelling room that we’ve staying in for a very very long time indeed! It was tiny, and the view out of the window was of a pipe congested stairwell/alley inside the building itself which must have served as a service alley, and had **** and ...
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After dinner it was back to the accommodation! I've noticed that Americans eat much earlier than Aussies! I have been consistently eating dinner between 5-6pm, which has been unusual. At first I thought it was due to the early sunsets (around 4.40pm) but I have been told that it usual for most locals to eat that early. Here I was thinking they all worked long hours and wouldn't get home until later to eat...My Bad!
... were pouring in to the place and it filled up in seconds and it wasn't hard to see why. The views were unbelievable! We missed out on a window seat so sat up at a table right by the piano and ordered some cocktails. So the locals we were with, Harley and Kara and Lindsay and Will, we were all chatting away for ages and I was saying how I want to live and work in America for a while and Lindsay was saying how she would love to live and work in Australia... ...
... br> Our team met up at Memorial Hospital in Vancouver and carpooled to Portland for the walk. The team formed up again at the Southwest Washington canopy at the starting line. We had a great time visiting and getting caught up on everything. There was a rhythm band playing and providing prewalk entertainment. I was too busy dancing to get to many pictures, but have included the few that I managed to take. ...
... Like Bridal Veil Falls, Shepperd’s Dell runs right under the highway, and the bridge over the canyon was very pretty. This was planned to be our last waterfall of the day and we continued west on the highway as we made our way to Astoria.
But shortly past Shepperd’s Dell, we saw a sign for Guy W. Talbot State Park and from the road we could see a huge waterfall. No way we couldn’t stop at this ...