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A Great Oregon Wine Tour of Willamette Valley
"Join us on our all day Willamette Valley Wine Tour and get a taste of the most decadent wines the lush Willamette Valley has to offer. Whether you are a wine tasting veteran or a newcomer we have something for you. Our guides are expertly trained in the ways of the Willamette Valley and its many vineyards and they will usher you to 4-6 separate vineyards over 7 ½ hours where you will have the opportunities to taste the famous pinots chardonnays rieslings
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Portland City Tour
"Portland is the largest city lying between San Francisco and Seattle and when compared to those cities Portland’s environment is not as fast-paced; instead it has a more laid-back smaller town feel to it that has been created by planning policies. Portland however is still a city just shy of 610000 people with a metropolitan area population of about 2.4 million and as such has its fair share of cultural amenities
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Columbia Gorge Waterfall Tour
"After getting picked up from your hotel head out of the city on the Columbia Gorge National Scenic Byway. Make sure to bring your camera and be photo-shoot ready you'll be making a few pit stops along way. Enjoy the opportunity to take in fresh air as well as an up close visit of some world famous waterfalls such as Multnomah Horsetail Latourell and Bridal Veil. Your tour doesn't stop there! No trip to the Columbia Gorge would be complete without stopping at the quirky McMenamins Edgefield Hotel and Brewery the Crown Point Vista House and Bonneville Dam."
From $115.00

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Downtown

Part of the Local Improvement District for the MAX light rail ten fountains with twenty-five bronze sculptures of Pacific Northwest animals were installed in 1986. They were designed by Georgia...
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Haircut anyone

Scheduling haircuts can always be a challenge for my wife when traveling. While visiting Portland, OR, she decided it was time so she tried Rudy's on a recommendation.Located on SE Division,...
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VCS Southeast Portland Animal Hosital

You're on vacation and your pet gets sick, worse yet, it's 9:00 PM at night and you have a bleeding, crying pet in your hands and need an emergency vet quick. Thanks to the Internet before we could...
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Three day itirenary in Portland

There are many things to do in Portland beside shopping. Residents from Washington State go to Portland because there is no sales tax. Therefore, Portland is a great place for shopping as the buyer...
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"Mystery, Mayhem and Muslin in Portland"

This was my third time attending a Jane Austen Society of North America AGM. After going to the ones in Toronto (2002) and Chicago (2008), it was quite a treat to travel to Portland and meet up with...
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Mount Hood

The beautiful, snow-capped Mount Hood, the highest point in Oregon, is visible from any tall building in Portland. It is located about 50 miles east of Portland. Mount Saint Helens is also visible,...
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the strength to escape once

There was no need to look at my watch for happy hour had been etched in my brain since we had arrived in Portland. And those happy hours were to be spent at Bridgeport Brewing. There didn't seem much...
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the perfect state of mind for wandering

A couple of loaves of bread was what I was returning for on my way out of town. That's right. I was going to a brewery for bread. Not that their beer had lost its luster for me but at some point, you...
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Tipping in Portland

Tipping in restaurants:Servers 15-20cktail 15-20artender 15-20% or $1 per drink before mealWine Steward 10% of wine billIf bar has a cover charge do not tip on itBusboys 0 - unless something...
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Driving Into Portland

Portland is just s small city so it is fairly easy to drive here and not get lost unlike in los angeles. Portland's downtown area can be walked in about a half an hour. Small parks, trees, shops and...
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NO Sales TAX!

What you see is what you get in Portland. Since there’s no sales tax in Oregon, the price you see on an item is the price you pay at the register. So if you buy an $ 15 shirt, then the final price is...
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Immigration Pro & Con

"People coming from California or the east coast usually find everything here very cheap in terms of real estate." - glabahToo true. They have added great vigor & vitality to the area, but I also...
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Relocation

April 2008What line of work are you in? St Johns may be limited in that respect. What you save in rent may be eaten up in time & transportation.Portland has two youth hostels, each with a 3 day limit...
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Plasticland

Update: February 2008Tail Wags Dog! Film at 11!Beaverton is the Capitol of Oregon. Some sticklers for accuracy will claim the Cap is Salem; more astute students will claim the capital is in Portland....
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Top Hotels in Portland

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506 S.W. Washington, (formerly 5th Avenue Suites), Portland, Oregon, 97204, United States
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1510 S.W. Harbor Way, Portland, Oregon, 97201, United States
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422 SW Broadway, Portland, Oregon, 97205, United States
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750 Southwest Alder Street, Portland, Oregon, 97205, United States
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729 SW 15th Ave, Portland, Oregon, 97205, United States
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808 SW Taylor Street, Portland, Oregon, 97205, United States
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Top Things to Do in Portland

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Downtown

Opened in 2006, the Portland Arial Tram is mostly used by those needing to get to Oregon Health and Sciences University near the top of the hills overlooking Portland. The arial tram connects the...
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Washington Park

The Wildwood Trail used to be a famous Portland feature that has now become somewhat overshadowed now by a number of other things. It still provides an interesting look at Portland's preserved West...
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Water Front Park

So Portland moved a freeway to build a park! How many cities can say that? This park is emensely popular with pedestrians, cyclists and skaters. You'll see business people taking lunch strolls and...
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Chinatown

For quite some time I have been attempting to find my photographs of Portland's classical Chinese garden. They were taken soon after it was opened in 2001, but alas I have not yet been able to find...
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Columbia River Gorge

With several dozen incorporated cities, dozens of smaller towns, several dozen state parks in Oregon and Washington, and great gobs of land owned by the National Forest Service, the Columbia River...
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Pittock Mansion

Completed in 1914, Pittock Mansion was built for Henry Pittock and his wife Georgiana. Pittock, who had arrived in Oregon in 1853 without a cent to his name, worked his way up in the newspaper...
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Top 5 Portland Writers

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glabah

"Nearest Big City"
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mtncorg

"CITY OF ROSES, RIVERS AND MOUNTAIN CORGIS"
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Shaft28

"Portland, an great liveable city"
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Jefie

"The Pearl of the Pacific Northwest"
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IncogNeat-0

"If it's tourist season, can we shoot them?"
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