Travelodge Portland Airport
- 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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... trouzers she spent a hundred bucks on chocolate!
Today I went to check out the arboretum. Which in case, like me, you haven't heard of one is a kind of living museum for trees. There is loads and squillions of types of tree there, some are really rare and they are being conserved for the future. So I guess it's a little bit like a tree zoo. With it being the start of autumn it really was beautiful. Lots of trees were still hanging on to their bright green leaves ...
... over this long 'waiting period'. This fall (2013), just before my 70th birthday I bought the Class A as a temporary home until I could get what I really wanted. (I'd promised myself that I would be a 'full-timer' by my birthday and had moved from my apartment in anticipation of this happening.) From living in it for the past 4 months, I realize that I really don't need alot of room if I plan ...
... up having breakfast at The Thirsty Lion Pub. Great food. We then returned to the Market and then back on the train to go to The Rose Garden - a test rose garden. Beautiful.We crossed paths with many Roadrunner couples as we traveled from one Portland sight to another. Back on the transit to The ...
... case u were wondering) along with some local brewed beer and cider ( from the supermarket) and well that was these two kids sorted for the night. Although we never got to explore downtown we feel like we really managed to get to experience Portland like a local. This ultra bike, eco, enviro, liberal friendly city has captured our hearts and imagination. We only wish we had more time to explore it... Until next time.... Tune in for our next chapter tomorrow....Mt Hood and Columbia ...
... we caught the streetcar back to our side of the bridge, stopping in the Pearl District and another brewery, Deschutes, before calling it a night. Lazy Sunday morning started with a sleep in, just as it should. When we finally got moving, we headed downtown to do what we do best - eat and shop. My suitcase is literally bulging at the seams (the seams that I can actually zip up, that is). Definitely need to shop for a new one of those ASAP! Haha. We tested out a Vietnamese food cart ...