Travelodge Portland Airport
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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Well, it is time to skedaddle from Seattle and start heading south.
It was starting to cool down and Seattle was overcast. We made our way south towards Portland. It is not a long drive, but man the traffic was terrible all the way down to Portland. It was stop and go nearly all the way.
We made reservations at an RV park near Portland. We arrived in the ...
... iphone we were soon checked in. In the vast expanse of Hong Kong airport we searched out some food, and ate (or tried to) the worst overpriced pasta you could possible fathom, and drank the most expensive beer/water that you could also imagine. Hong Kong airport may be big and slick with its three storey luxury boutiques, but cheap it was not, that’s for sure, if you are coming here, bring lots of money, and that’s advice for free! Ha ha!
So we really were ...
... beautiful flowersWhile up at the crest I shot this short video on my iPhone scanning the vista while she discusses her vision. sound is not very good but we will post more later on.
... you dream a dream and realize it. Our dream was to hit the pick... We collected our crew, got some beers, booze, food and snacks and headed to the Pickathon music festival. A cozy family friendly festival of about 5000 people mostly camping, with rock, blues, folk and blue grass artists blessing our ears with their rhythmical melodies and poetry. The music was the perfect mix of chilled folk, rip roaring dancy blue grass and twangy blues rock. With some of portland's ...
After traveling through Central America, I was home sweet home but home wasn't all to sweet.
I have realized that everyone in the Airport had their noses in their phones and wanted nothing to do with the person next to them. I tried to kick start a conversation with someone while waiting for my mom to pick me up. I asked how their travels went and all they had to say to me was "fine!" "Fine!" That's all I get? All ...