Budget Inn Oregon City/Portland
Travel Blogs from Gladstone
... of the highest point. No spring chicken, she envisions this parklike environment where now is mostly brambles. Admirable.View from top of hill looking out west towards ...
... sing Take me Out to the Ball Game. Balls constantly are hit into the crowd, we nearly copped one in our face, so you have to pay attention. I saw many people trying to catch the balls, hurt there fingers. Most wear mitts. It was a great night and the Giants won, so it we were on a high. We walked back, which earlier I was worried about walking in the dark on the outskirts of the city with so many homeless people around, but there was plenty of people that made it ...
... Brian and I then worked for about an hour on destroying the invasive blackberry plants, in the area that we will plant the vegetable ones. These blackberries are not the type you eat, so it's ok to destroy them. We then took lunch, I made a grilled cheese with guacamole and it was awesome. After lunch, Brian and I went right back to work, and worked for another hour or so. After we finished, we helped Elise continue ...
... stop for lunch at a convenient McDonalds.
Getting back onto the I5 is much easier, and the journey south is fairly uneventful. We have time to spare, and we are not quite sure what we want to do when we get to Portland, so we decide to take a detour on the way down to Mount St Helens. We’re not sure if the weather will be okay, but we’ll go and have a look anyway.
Interestingly, we’re ...
... 246;kull in Iceland. The restaurant also had the misfortune of smelling like feet. Henry announced this loudly upon entry. Post-lunch Mel introduced me to the real reason we were in this historic district of Portland: Manifesto Shoes. Boots and handbags steeped in hipster sweat. Mel bought yet another handbag but I'll concede that it's pretty tight. Nice supple blue leather with a funky, giant, brown leather buckle. The girl has options when it comes to handbags, let ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed