Days Inn Portland
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The accomadation were very nice. The rooms were clean and the stay pleasant.
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... get off" and then when this didn’t work “give him the bloody biscuit!” which seemed to do the trick. It was funny to observe the people going in, having as little idea as we did what an experience it would be, we, just as they had hoped for a lovely temple structure and a few shy monkeys to hopefully take some pictures of, but as we found out (and they will too) sometimes the expectations that we have could not be further from the reality that will shortly set in! We ...
... coincidence, the town we had stopped in for a cup of tea a few miles down the road was called Elkton - wonder where the name came from?
We arrived in Newport in time for lunch, but didn't think we would find anything to eat. Newport is a fishing port, and boy, can you smell it! We eventually stumbled across a pub selling 'garden burgers' amongst other delights, and they weren't too bad. Our attractive hotel was some way away from the port area, but ...
... are the chances of this happening in a million years?
Prior to lunch, we stopped at one of Yamhill County’s oldest winery, Sokol Blosser established in 1977. The building for tastings had a rather contemporary architecture set on a gently sloping south-facing hillside surrounded by vineyards, lush lawns, and shade trees. One of the employees took a liking to us Texans ...
... famous burgers and ice-cream, but boo, it was closed! Had to content ourselves with looking at pelts for sale and old Route 66 memorabilia!
We got to Needles too early to stop so carried on and stayed at a place called Calico Ghost Town Regional Park, near Barstow. It was quirky little place, we were surprised it cost $30/ngt, as it was gravel, dirt and really unlevel! We had a Home Depot store ...