Travelodge Portland Airport
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- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... for Jonathan as an aeroplane flight - the leg room is very small compared to a train.
The trip from the bus stop to the motel was quite simple, and after checking in, we headed downstairs to the bar where there was a trivia night in progress.
As Robyn sampled another cocktail and a burger and Jonathan an IPA and a stir fry, we had fun trying to get some of the answers right. Robyn was very good at the TRIVIAL questions.
... bright light green.
After the walk, we went to the Portland Mercado. It was recently developed by the community and has a center with several shops selling Hispanic specialties and outside there are tables beside food carts each representing a special cuisine. We had wonderful pupusas at the El Salvadorean cart. Candae had a bean-filled one and Brenda and I had the flower-filled pupusa. Very nice!!
... to arrive in Oregon. Finally crossing the state border gave me much comfort, knowing I finally made it. And when I crossed, I had miles of river on one side and miles of forest on the other to welcome me. Before I knew it, though, I hit Portland, an interesting, beautiful city that almost appears out of thin air within the surrounding forest. I arrived around 4:00 PST, and waited briefly at a local Starbucks for my dad to get out of work. As it turns out, there ...
... 8221;, so we headed to the Pearl district of Portland to sample the wonderful brews at Deschutes Brewery. We had a real problem getting three cars into parking places nearby. Luckily our Car #1 got an ideal spot right outside of an XXX rated lingerie shop! Holy moly, it was another photo op! Such a contrast from just having departed the Japanese Garden! The shop had mannequins with interesting ...
... always is: awesome and a joy to be around. I see the attraction of strangers objectively by this point: she's really cute and happy. Always gnawing on one of her feet. Henry is behaving a little bit better now. We've cut him some slack on some things while employing Advanced Parenting Techniques on others. He will graduate from Age Three we're sure of it. As for myself, I think I've staved off the Plague that has menaced my little family (vigorously touching wood - not ...