Shilo Inn Rose Garden
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Bourbon. No, there was no sharing. This was just about as good as our hometown Graeter's.
We wanted to take the streetcar since Cincinnati is building a streetcar and Portland is touted as one of the models. Fare was reasonable, $1 for two hours. Not sure how they know if you paid or not since once you got on, no one checked for tickets. One of the great features was the electronic sign that told you when the next streetcar was coming. The streetcar was clean ...
... American Beauty, followed by Mozart's Requiem, and my CD of Leonard Bernstein's Symphony No. 3 "Kaddish" and Chichester Psalms.
I've been keeping something from all of you. Each day, as I posted my playlist, there's one thing I would usually leave out, except for a few occasions. There's one song in particular which seemed to resonate with me throughout my travels. The 6th track on the Grateful Dead's album American Beauty, "Ripple" is a song that echoes ...
Waking up in Portland is one of my favorite feelings...One can eat French Pastries (Tomorrow). Go see a movie (today)...drink coffee or tea in one of the at least thousand independently owned here...OR walk to the ROSE Garden. As you can see by my many Rosie photos...and that isn't even half of them...I really LOVE roses!! We were lucky that it had been foggy and there were dew drops all on the roses making them even prettier. ...
... entire crowd into thinking differently. Thinking about how we can seek out and explore our passions and vocations, how we can strive to better ourselves and how we can free up more time to spend with our families and loved ones. I can safely say that this is a conference worth attending if you have an idea burning and need ways of unleashing the potential….. you won’t regret it!
One final thing about the conference, did I mention ...
... bookstore in the world. I am almost positive that some shopped while others napped. Our #1 car opted to trade out some passengers for two who own Kindles and went up to SW Vista Avenue to the Vista Bridge. It, unfortunately, has added a tall chain link fence that we had to photograph through. The bridge is morbidly nicknamed the Suicide Bridge due to the number of people who’ve jumped from it. The ...