Although not limited to the Portland area, the Made in Oregon stores are a good place to go if you are looking for that unique gift for someone who wants something from Oregon, but you are not sure... more
1005 W Burnside Portland, OR 97209 USA
One of the world's largest collections of new and used books in buildings that encompass a city block plus, this... more
Portland's popular Saturday Market, for decades a fixture under and near the Burnside Bridge, was mostly forced to leave its longtime home due to redevelopment plans for the area directly south of the... more
Coming from a small community where shopping is limited, I love going to Washington Square, which has 140 specialty shops (from Abercrombie & Finch to Zumiez, a skateboard/snowboard store), a food... more
Generally, when people talk about furniture and other items made in China, the feeling is that the goods are made there because they can be made cheaply in China's vast factory complexes.
This is not... more
All locally grown fruits, veggies, flowers and plants are on sale the the Portland Farmer's MArket. One of my favorites I've ever been to and I always feel like I can find a deal.
What else can I say... more
...as mush as our city's reputation says it does. But it is true that we get rain!!! Universities, the Portland visitors association, and others who promote the city of Portland go on and on about how...
Many times we feel home is simply home, not a destination to be mixed up with the likes of Paris or London or Venice. Growing up here in Portland, I do not remember many tourists wandering the streets...
Some people call it the City of Roses or the City of Bridges, others like to call it P-Town, Stumptown or PDX. After having spent 4 days in Portland, I'd like to think that the variety of nicknames......