Super 8 Portland
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... over to the SE Hawthorne neighborhood. I had been told this was a scene rife with hipsters but I found it to be pretty average. The street has blocks of cool and unique shops, with a nice mix of restaurants, bars, and food carts mixed in. I sat in a coffeeshop for a while in nearby Ladd’s Addition, an old neighborhood very close to Hawthorne with gorgeous restored homes, nestled in among quaint parks and rose gardens. It was the dream. ...
... The Blue Moon) and instead opted for an Irish pub called Kells that had a tempting happy hour and a beer garden where we could soak up the Portland sun. It really was a great way to spend a Friday afternoon and we could both see ourselves getting used to life in such comfortable surroundings. This was made even better by the high quality lager that was brewed by Kells themselves and a plate of chicken wings with a whiskey barbeque sauce. They would go down a treat in the pubs ...
... along with the theme song. I drove to the Gorge, remembered I'd been there before, and took a picture of myself to prove it happened again. I caught up on my nothing doing. Got a lot of that done.
The plan is Mt. Ranier for a couple of days, then somewhere else for a couple more, then a ship (yes, a cruise…I swore never again, but Miley can't be trusted out in the middle of nowhere) through the Inside Passage, stopping at ...
... mouth of the Columbia Gorge. Of course, the ever present Columbia River bisects the states of Washington to the north and Oregon.
Displayed on the upper level are the Sorrows of Joseph, the Sorrows of Mary, The Five Mysteries of the Rosary and much much more. A monastery is also located on the beautiful grounds. We have had a wonderful visit but now we have to take care of the rumbling in our stomachs.
What better way to fill our bellies than to eat at a ...
... of Americans to be able to access their Facebook page at least once an hour and in order to make this possible the plane has Wi-Fi. Looking around I only see one other screen off. One of the things I'm looking forward to is very limited screen time for almost two weeks.
Another funny thing on the plane was the safety video. When it mentioned that smaller items could be stored below the seat it showed a mini rolling suitcase, complete with a moving handle. It looked ...