Econo Lodge City Center
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The drive back was long and full of traffic. We did ride over the world's shortest ferry though. Once we got back to Portland, we tried to get into Toro Bravo but the wait was 2hours so we went to Ecliptic Brewery, which had a solid burger with pancetta and tasty ...
... entitled "The day I met strangers and ended up on a desert island in Thailand." Why is it that blogs for women travelers are all about what we shouldn't do, or what's not safe for us to do, or even worse, how to stay fashionable while not doing those things. It's just sickening because my travel experiences have never been plagued by feeling unsafe or style woes (in fact I struggle to recall a time I was in style while ...
... want to leave once they arrived! The Portlandian people are also extremely friendly and welcoming. I have met lots of wonderful people here from those that were introduced by mutual friends to those cheerful folks that just said hello in the street. And that’s totally the norm… Hello Portlanders you friendly bunch you!
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... 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 ...