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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... seesaws, the kind that doesn’t exist in the
overly-safe plastic playgrounds of today, as well as some swings settled right
beneath the trees. Needless to say, we played. Good times.
On closer inspection, we realised the park was home to a
variety of attractions other than their stately flora: a rose garden, various
memorials, a forestry centre and a zoo! There was also a free bus that took you
around, which I would recommend ...
... Charlotte you’ve found it or words to that effect. Colin who works from home greeted us and seemed really nice, we are both a bit nervous of being in someone else’s home without paying them and we don’t really know what to expect. We got things sorted in the room which is nice but just doesn’t have a door but it’s not much of an issue. We chatted to Colin who suggested we check out the neighbourhood of here around Mississippi as downtown is a ...
... of spinach!! Then on my way north. After I crossed into Idaho it was VERY foggy for about 10 miles, and then it was rain for the next hour! I stopped several times and finally ended up in Idaho Falls at a Motel West- a nice big room for just me~~~~I am tired tonight and hope for a good sleep. Talked to Phil for a long time. Also talked earlier with Saul and then with Michael at the Mt Vernon.
May 17th Saturday. ...
After a week of attending the Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting in Portland, I was ready to decompress! Tony came out to join me for adventure. We stuck around the Portland area for our first day, starting out with breakfast at the beloved Mother's Bistro. Based on a tip from our server, we decided to go hiking on Dog Mountain, a steep but modest peak (2948 feet). It's a pretty rigorous hike (7 miles, 2850 feet in ...
... PD lost 37 officers and private EMT's lost 8. Two airliners were flown into the World Trade Center twin towers in New York City both of which ultimately collapsed. Another was flown into the Pentagon and Flight 93 hijackers were nearly overpowered by passengers who felt that they had nothing to lose and everything to gain in an attempt to gain control of the aircraft. Those brave souls never did but prevented the hijackers ...