Econo Lodge Southeast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Jake went for a burger cooked medium (came medium rare), which looked lovely. It came with curried cheesy cauliflower - he enjoyed it thoroughly. Mine was dropped by the waiter, so as they were making me a fresh one, it arrived as jake was finishing his. To be honest, mine was horrible - tasteless and contained courgettes, aubergine and another squash grown locally. The side salad was lovely, though. Jake agreed about the taste, so I did my best when the ...
... the river to see it from the bottom but there were way too many people . Someone told us after the logjam (you can see it in the picture) we'd have to wade in waist deep water and there were over 100 people back there. We decided to hike one of the trails instead and turned around. The trailhead wasn't far from the gorge so I grabbed a bottle of water and we started to climb. We hadn't gone too far and weren't really sure where we ...
... to be there to understand the great energy that will surround you...maybe it's because of the kind and generous people or because of the beautiful nature. Either way, you have to visit Portland!
Don't forget to visit the Portland Saturday Market and get yourself and 'button ring'!
... naiively had no idea that Portland was the “rose city” prior to arriving there, and was delighted to see roses literally everywhere. Some yards had little planted, but even those had a few rose bushes it seemed. The rose gardens were just awesome. We were there at a great time as they were all in bloom. It was not difficult to spend over an hour meandering through rows upon rows of all types and colors of roses. We ventured up to ...
... them out into their new space, which Brian and I made for them yesterday. There was one bird that was injured and won't go for the food, so I put some food in my hand and had him peck at it. I then carried some alfalfa out to the lambs, as well as a bowl of salt, which supposedly the lambs really like. It isn’t the same salt we eat, a little brownish-red, but same idea. We then stopped for lunch, and after lunch, I collected more eggs and washed ...