Holiday Inn Express Portland - Jantzen Beach
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... Soup House - one of the local food carts the city is famous for.
Sweet Potato, Kale and Coconut Soup - burst of flavour combining kale and sweet potatoes in a tasty coconut milk broth.
Mexican 'Gringas Con Mole' - soft rolled corn tortilla spread with white garbanzo bean mash, filled with fresh local pork and veggies, covered with their signature sriracha sauce and sides of beans and guacomole. Delicious ...
... the International Rose Test Garden... Boy did that place smell good, and what an explosion of colour! Next up was the Japanese gardens. Very serene and quiet. Lots of little water falls everywhere made it a very relaxing place. I saw a Douglas squirrel for the first time! So tiny and cute. Rocko had a little adventure here too, check it out in my pictures (incidentally I think I may have lost it).
Later that night after going for Thai food, Sharon and I met with ...
... tomorrow. He could already see my shuffleboard addiction forming.
We walked about a kilometre down the road to our beds. Again, that never happens to a girl from the Coast. Saying goodbye to Jack was a sad but inevitable break in the evening’s deliciousness. Time ticks on, completely unsympathetic to our enjoyment. But I’m sure there’s a shuffleboard in Australia somewhere that’s just begging for us to shake it ...
... The petals the poses Their velvety scents of heaven Hues so amazing The hybrids are crazy Beautiful I'd like to mention Lavender petal Then bursts into pink What else are we spossed to think?! There's just something bout roses They stop bodies frozen For to on their scents drink Life's better with more So many times o'er They make all women queens There's just something bout roses And what I propose is We love them with all our ...
... It is hard to believe the property fell into disrepair after the last family member moved from the house in 1958. The City of Portland purchased the property in 1964. The French Renaissance mansion has been restored and offers self-guided as well as guided tours. Our visit here was a delight!
Next stop was downtown ISO lunch at a food trailer! An entire city block ...