Econo Lodge Southeast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today was another lazy start, I actually slept on the couch, but not for the reason you think. I could not breath last night and kept coughing so I slept on the couch so that I didn't keep waking Will. After we had woken up I had a left over rissole burger and watched a couple episodes of Hart of Dixie. I then showered and got ready to head into the Pioneer Centre for some shopping in Downton Portland before heading to ...
Maribel and Gabe arrived in sticky-hot Portland Monday evening. Aunt Karen and Aun Dawns, while thrilled that they'd arrived were not thrilled with the idea of cooking dinner in 98 degrees, so we all agreed on eating out -- salad and pizza at Vincente's on Hawthorne. After settling in at home, we each took a seat at the kitchen table in anticipation of a nightcap card game. No one felt too strongly about which card game we would play, so we settled on Crazy Eights. At ...
Portland was supposed to be only a short stop on our way from Seattle to San Francisco, therefore we had planned to stay there only for two days. However, the city turned out to be more interesting than we thought.
First of all, it's a very "green" city, with lots of people biking and jogging. Secondly, it's a paradise for vegetarians and vegans. People in Portland are very conscious about what they eat and they try to ...
... Lavinia was keen on the Sherlock Holmes exhibit, we organise for her to go to that first on her own, while I look after the three kids in the children’s play area. We look at some of the other exhibits, while finding our way slowly up there – it is always a struggle to get the kids away from an exhibit they can play with. Once in the kids area, they have an absolute ball, playing with other kids, playing with ...
... and start hitting the boxes to knock little pellets out, but I stop them from doing that. I use some spare quarters I have to buy some more to keep them from hitting the fish food dispensers. Wandering around we also find some Salmon, and interestingly enough, they are jumping out of the water as if they are trying to swim upstream. I’ve never seen fish do that before – it really is like you see in the nature ...