Econo Lodge Expo Center
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... to his home! What an amazing street! The homes couldn't of been anymore of how I had imagined traditional American homes with porch and all! We was introduced to Tim, Eriks room mate and settled in. Ready to set off we headed back to town to visit the once biggest independent bookstore the the world. Armed with a map we set off and got lost in walls of books! After purchasing a few great finds the only next thing we could do is set off to Man V Food Voodoo Doughnuts! ...
Its been a long, long day.
Up early to see the results of the Scottish Referendum. I'm a little surprised that the vote was 55% for staying part of the UK.
Back in the boot for travelling, so I booked a wheelchair for Manchester (which is a zoo on the best of days) and Chicago, the zooiest zoo of all.
I felt funny using a wheelchair, but I didn't think I could handle the long walks and standing in ...
When you ask for a map at a hostel the nice staff usually place it in front of you and mark where the hostel is and where the most interesting and/or closest sights are. Portland was no different, and the conversation at the front desk went a little like this:
Me: Do you have a map I can have please?
Hostel receptionist: Certainly. (Produces and unfolds map, grasps pen and begins to mark.) We're here, Voodoo Doughnuts is ...
... up a full block of street.
-After all the adventuring through the book store we hit up on of the many food trucks all over the city. There are over 500 all over downtown that picking one was hard to do.
-After adventuring through the city of Portland we got gas and were on our way.
Food: $15 (doughnuts) $5 (food truck)
... Beach. It's a little bit out the way, and the people there seemed a bit shocked to find English people visiting them! That said, the pub had some amazing features - including stained glass windows from a church in Morecambe (England!) that was due to be destroyed. The owners of the pub had bought and had them shipped to the USA.
Our next step was Astoria, just over the huge (over 4 ...