Econo Lodge Convention Center
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Raceylaceys stayed here on Jul 30, 2010 during their trip titled: Raceylaceys's Great Adventure.
... of spinach!! Then on my way north. After I crossed into Idaho it was VERY foggy for about 10 miles, and then it was rain for the next hour! I stopped several times and finally ended up in Idaho Falls at a Motel West- a nice big room for just me~~~~I am tired tonight and hope for a good sleep. Talked to Phil for a long time. Also talked earlier with Saul and then with Michael at the Mt Vernon.
May 17th Saturday. ...
... tried a sampling selection of six ales to accompany our burger. Nick then drove us up into the hills to Pittock Mansion, an early 20th century house built by the local newspaper proprietor. Beautifully furnished - especially the high-tech bathrooms - it had some lovely pictures and even better views around. The gardens were lovely too. Drank less wine last night (2.5 bottles as opposed to 8) but slept badly: Neil's snoring kept me awake (don't tell ...
... bears were particularly active. One bear was playing with a big plastic barrel. He was trying to bite it, but couldn’t get it because it was round. So he pushed on it with his front paws to make a wrinkle that he could bite and show that barrel who’s boss. The tigers and leopards were sleeping and we couldn’t see them well, so we headed to the Lorikeet Landing exhibit. I really enjoyed this exhibit. It’s an enclosed area where the ...
... for $20!).
Now I have had a genuine USA experience.
Note: all the Americans I have met have been so nice and genuine, even the guy buying a gun at Wall Mart…. its a crazy world that we live in….
p.s photos below are of the 2-days I spent in Portland and the drive inland up the Columbia River.
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