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1 THE BEST OF PORTLAND.
1 The Most Unforgettable Travel Experiences.
2 The Best Splurge Hotels.
3 The Best Moderately Priced Hotels.
4 The Most Unforgettable Dining Experiences.
5 The Best Things to Do for Free (or Almost).
6 The Best Outdoor Activities.
7 The Best Activities for Families.
2 PLANNING YOUR TRIP TO PORTLAND.
1 When to Go.
Portland Calendar of Events.
2 Entry Requirements.
3 Getting There & Getting Around.
4 Money & Costs.
5 Health & Safety.
6 Specialized Travel Resources.
7 Sustainable Tourism.
8 Special-Interest Trips.
9 Staying Connected.
3 GETTING TO KNOW PORTLAND.
Did You Know?
Portland Neighborhoods in Brief.
2 Getting Around.
4 WHERE TO STAY.
2 Nob Hill & Northwest Portland.
3 Northeast & Southeast Portland.
4 Vancouver, Washington.
5 The Airport Area & Troutdale.
6 Westside Suburbs.
5 WHERE TO DINE.
1 Downtown (Including the Skidmore Historic District & Chinatown).
2 Northwest Portland (Including the Pearl District & Nob Hill).
3 Southwest Portland.
4 North & Northeast Portland.
5 Southeast Portland.
Breakfast: The Most Important Meal of the Day.
6 Coffee, Tea, Bakeries & Pastry Shops.
7 Quick Bites & Cheap Eats.
6 EXPLORING PORTLAND.
Keep Portland Weird.
1 Downtown Portland’s Cultural District.
2 Skidmore Historic District, Chinatown & the Willamette River Waterfront.
Pearls in the Pearl District.
3 Washington Park & Portland’s West Hills.
Great Photo Ops.
4 Portland’s Other Public Gardens.
The World’s Smallest Park.
5 Especially for Kids.
6 Organized Tours.
7 Outdoor Pursuits.
8 Spectator Sports.
9 Day Spas.
7 WALKING TOUR OF PORTLAND.
Walking Tour: The Best of Downtown, Chinatown & the Pearl District.
1 The Shopping Scene.
2 Shopping A to Z.
The City of Books.
9 PORTLAND AFTER DARK.
1 The Performing Arts.
2 The Club & Music Scene.
3 The Bar & Pub Scene.
4 The Gay & Lesbian Nightlife Scene.
10 SIDE TRIPS FROM PORTLAND.
1 The Columbia Gorge & Mount Hood Loop.
2 The Northern Oregon Coast.
Biking the Oregon Coast.
Cannon Beach Trivia.
3 Winery Tours.
4 Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument.
11 FAST FACTS.
1 Fast Facts: Portland.
2 Airline, Hotel & Car Rental Websites.
Posted November 23, 2009
I used this for a quick visit to Portland, when I visited for a conference and had very limited opportunity to explore beyond the city limits. It paid for itself with the information that the zoo had reduced price days once a month and a discount for riding the MAX. I didn't have a car, so was riding the Max already, and happened to hit the right day. The maps were handy, and the information helped me find places to visit between classes and restaurants on the train route. Not at all comprehensive, but more than enough for my needs.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.