Econo Lodge Southeast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Spent last night chatting until late with my host family, varied subjects...opinion on Scottish independence vote; US vs UK healthcare systems; a bit of US history; politics; the different laws for native people in USA, me explaining bonfire night etc etc. They also find some of my phrases amusing 'flu jab' 'bin' and 'pavement' to name a few. This morning I caught the MAX train from Gresham ...
Happy Mother's Day! Today was a great day for the soccer match. Sadly the train that I was on got delayed because someone was arrested on the tracks in front of us. Since the train wasn’t going to be moving anytime soon; I, along with most other Timbers fans, decided to walk to the stadium. The walk ended up being about 40 minutes, and there were only two reasons I didn’t get lost; ...
... thankfully, they have not got themselves too wet. It will be cold when they go outside! But we have had our fill of OMSI for the day, and we give Belinda a call to meet her in a nice playground nearby. It’s strange though – the playground is in one of the schools! In Australia, you are not allowed on school grounds at all when school is not in session, so I’m surprised you can do it here. They all ...
... 30 years.
We end up at the Forest Learning Centre, and we decide to stop here so we can have a break. The gift shop is open, but not the main exhibits due to the government shut down. In fact, it’s pretty close to closing time anyway, as we are out of peak tourist season. Looking out into the valley, we can see the real devastation, and where the original highway stood beforehand. We go inside and strike ...
... away to see the entire thing. Unfortunately, with its fame and ease of access, the area around the falls was incredibly crowded. We stopped for pictures at the lower viewing area to see both the lower and upper drops and then while Sandy got something to eat, I ran up to the Benson Bridge and got a few more pictures before continuing on. Next, we headed to Wahkeena Falls, a Yakima Indian word meaning most beautiful. It ...