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Downtown Portland Tour
"Your food walking tour of downtown Portland and the Pearl District begins at Brasserie Montmartre a French-American restaurant in the historic Calumet building where you’ll meet your guide and start your culinary adventure with something like a chef’s-choice salad with seasonal produce. Continue your tour with your guide stopping at some of the most popular restaurants and food trucks in the neighborhood. Exact itineraries vary slightly each day but you can expect an array of food and drinks enjoyed at locations that show you the wide range of Portland’s culinary scene from upscale eateries to casual classics to sweet shops. You may try food from the country of Georgia a Mexican dish that only uses ingredients from local farmers markets
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Luxury Group Wine Tour of Willamette Valley
"A day in Wine Country can be a magical experience - especially with a group of your closest friends family or colleagues.  Yet as much fun as sipping fine wines and eating gourmet cheese can be it can be difficult to plan for larger groups.  That's why a private group tour can make a lot of sense.  Rather than worry about the finer details of where to go and how to get there you can have someone else do it.  This luxury group tour starts at your groups' Portland area hotel or vacation rental or can meet a centrally determined downtown location.  Groups under 15 people can choose to ride in a comfortable Mercedes Sprinter van or request to ride in style in an all-white stretch limousine.  Groups of 15 or more can opt for a luxury mi you can work with WSET certified wine sommelier to review the type of tour that works best for your group.  Want to organize a private barrel tasting of select Pinot Noirs from an exclusive small-lot producer?  Not a problem.  Want to see fees
From $1,425.00
 
Willamette Wine Country Bike Tour from Portland
"After meeting your guide in downtown Portland you’ll drive 45 minutes by comfortable van to beautiful Willamette Valley. When you arrive hop on your bike and follow your friendly knowledgeable guide on an intermediate 10-mile (16-km) bike ride through the somewhat hilly communities of Newberg and Dundee.As you ride along quiet lanes admire the gorgeous scenery of rolling vineyards and farms where the region's first immigrants settled more than 150 years ago. Though the exact itinerary may change you'll visit at least two wineries such as The Four Graces Arborbrook and Bergstrom
From $99.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Lents

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Multnomah Park Pioneer Cemetery

Established in 1888, and now owned and maintained by the Metro Regional Government, the Multnomah Park Pioneer Cemetery is by far the oldest continuously operating dedicated public place of any sort...
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Portland Memory Garden

Ed Benedict Park contains a number of items of local interest only, including some busy sports fields during soccer season and a playground.There is also this memorial garden that was built...
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Ed Benedict Park

Except for the Portland Memory Garden (see the separate tip - and which is worthy of a separate tip as it is a unique feature and attraction unto itself), this park is almost completely of local...
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Lents Bandstand and Artwork

For some years now, the Lents area has had a summer concert and movie in the park series that serves as a celebration of the end of summer.However, the bandstand where these events were held (located...
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Lents Park

While it is fairly good sized, Lents Park is primarily a neighborhood park, and does not serve as a huge draw for people from other parts of the city and region (unlike, say, Mt. Tabor Park or Council...
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Beggar's Tick Wildlife Refuge

While this place is called a Wildlife Refuge, the real point of this piece of land is to act as a flood buffer that absorbs some of the excess runoff when Johnson Creek floods. The park was at one...
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Lents / Trillium Plaza

As far as I know, there is no official name for the little plaza at southeast 92nd and Foster Road (near the Foster Road exit of Interstate 205). Except for the traffic on the nearby streats, this...
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Things to Do Near Lents

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The Grotto (National Sanctuary of Our Sorrowful Mother)

In 1924 a Roman Catholic Priest named Father Ambrose Mayer realized a dream when the first efforts at constructing a public sanctuary at this location. A 110 foot tall basalt cliff runs through the...
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OMSI - Oregon Museum of Science & Industry

Harald's conference organizers have planned a day trip to visit the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry in combination of the Portland Aerial Tram ride. The museum was founded in 1944. I found the...
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Portland Aerial Tram

I just love anything with expansive views! And, the ride on this tram did not disappoint. Harald's conference organizers had planned a day trip to do the aerial tram and visit the Oregon Museum of...
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Portland City Hall

Merrill Auditorium is the historic auditorium at Portland City Hall. It's home to the Portland Symphony Orchestra and PCA Great Performances. The performance schedule is a little light in the summer...
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Pioneer Courthouse Square

This is probably considered the center point of Downtown Portland. There is an information center located here along with public restrooms. A large open space with lots of people hanging out, having...
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Art Museum

The Portland Art Museum was founded in 1892, which makes it the oldest art museum on the West Coast. Although its collection was rather small at first, the museum soon gained popularity thanks to the...
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