Red Lion Hotel Portland Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... of wine and some potato chips, and we headed for her friend Elizabeth’s (beautiful huge house overlooking the valley and town) for dinner and games. There were 6 women and one man there – not much to eat but filled us and then we played a game called LEFT/RIGHT. We all tied on the first 2 games and I won the third one giving me ALL the money from the 3 games!! $21 – nice. Home and talked a bit and off to bed. I ...
... civilian aircraft. I was told that the Ford Tri-Motor was being prepared to be moved out of the museum by its owner and possibly flown. How exciting to know that a museum aircraft might be out flying around the country. I would like to see it in the air. The few miles to Portland were not fun. We spent almost two hours crawling through rush hour traffic including 30 minutes spent moving 1/4 mile to the off ramp to the hotel. If I were to do this again I would get ...
The afternoon saw us arrive in Portland. It was our 19th wedding anniversary so we stayed in a nice hotel. It was huge and so was the room. It also had a nice view of the river and a balcony however the rain continued and it was fairly cold. The room also had a great electric fire place. After Denny's ( a good family restaurant) for dinner we stayed up late catching up on TV and looking closely at the weather. Back in the tent tomorrow so hope it ...
... cats that are located all around downtown and you can rent them and pay by the hour. Than we went to a free outdoor concert at the downtown square called toons at noon. After that we walked a block and they were doing free icecream to support the local food bank. Every scoop you ate the local safeway donated a dollar. So we ...
... To many, the city is synonymous with bleakness; associated with grim slums; incessant taxi horns; unpleasant street odors; energy that’s either overpowering or energizing, depending on your take; delirious traffic; orphanages; and, the ubiquitous weary rickshaw pullers. But Kolkata is ...