Ondine Hall at Portland State University
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... not be the best choice. Starters were crispy fried oysters and 'hushpuppies' - ok with the oysters, they were good but what is a hushpuppie? It is deep fried cornmeal batter served with pepper jelly. Similar to a croquette and tasted really good. I had the traditional crispy fried buttermilk battered chicken with tasso gravy, mashed potato and collard greens. Stephen had a daily ...
... today than yesterday, so that helped our
tired brains a bit. We got in contact with our Australian buddies we met in
Seattle, but everyone seemed a bit all over the place, so hopefully we can see
them tomorrow. We walked around for a bit, talking in all the Portland-ness –
lots of bridges indeed – before deciding on Washington Park, a nice green space
at the top of our map that seemed an easy walk away. It was relatively easy,
... I had another for lunch time dessert.
Walked back to the river and had a wander around Oregan Bites which is sort of like a festival of food with live bands and loads of food and drink stalls. I lamented myself for not waiting for food here. We decided to move on then come back in a bit.
We got back on the bikes and biked to the end of the river where the bike path ended and decided to walk the rest of the way to a cable car that went up ...
... more private note, A-M, if you ever decide to do Amtrak, getting connecting trains is never goig to work out since they really could care less about a schedule, but it is def. a little more private and comfy than a bus, I will continue on with bus-ing and flying here though.
Now I'm in Portland where I am renting a room in a house close to Alberta in the NE part of town. I really love this part of town, it's where I've spent my previous two stays ...
Pittock Mansion is located in Pittock Acres Park nearly 1,000 feet above Portland. It was was built by Henry Pittock, founder of The Daily Oregonian, and was completed in 1914. The home incorporated English, French, and Turkish design styles and featured innovative indirect lighting, an elevator, and intercoms. The estate is located on 46 acres of lush vegetation and the views ...