Econo Lodge Convention Center
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... we would have loved to buy, we used our willpower to leave empty handed.
After shopping, we zigzagged back a couple miles to rest at Tanner Springs Park. It was recommended to me by Kraib as a “boutique” park worth checking out. I am really glad we did. The construction across the street had stopped for the day, and there were few people in the small park when we arrived, quickly claiming a park bench near a small ...
... Room is always lively on a Saturday. As it turned out, they were right, though the bar's popularity also came with a $20 cover charge that we scoffed at before leaving the queue. Instead, we went back to Jones's for the second consecutive night and got talking to a hen party group who were fascinated by our English accents. It seemed that Jones's was something of a magnet for 'bachelor parties' and 21st birthday celebrations. A good few of those partaking were already flagging by ...
Drove 156 miles in 3 hours.
Left around 10.30am and drove further north up the coast before cutting inland. The google maps app on the phone seemed hell bent on directing us to all of the back roads which was perplexing but really scenic.
We drove through fields of lavender, vineyards ...
We are at PDX. Lisa brought us to the airport (thanks Lisa!) and we got through security in about 5 minutes. Joel said he was very surprised how comfortable carrying his backpack and messenger bag are, so that's a win! We are not checking bags, we each have a backpack and a messenger bag. Water bottles are filled and they are preboarding our flight. No turning back ...
... sweet navy blue hunting jacket. Not modestly priced. Henry chatted up the proprietor (a very nice man) impressing him with his knowledge of trains. We split up at this point. Mel and Penny did some boutique shopping while Henry and I went to another water park at Jamison Square. I turned him loose. He loved it and I think it did wonders for his spirits. Such a smart design for a water park: it was in the heart of the shopping and commercial ...