Attractions: Sightseeing

Exactly on the other side of the world from the fascinating undersea valley called the Crozet Basin, just 75 feet above sea level, there is a more accessible, very different, but just as

City: Portland

One of the best things about discovering a new city is finding the hidden funky neighborhoods that shape the fashion and art undercurrents found around town. Alberta Street, in North East Portland, is one of these.

City: Portland

Years ago a curious 7-year-old named Michael Jones followed an old-timer into the depths of one of Portland's residential hotels.

City: Portland

Every time Marilyn Depew walks through the Japanese Garden, she notices something different.

City: Portland

Although the Pittock Mansion has been overlooking Portland for more than 80 years, there is always something new to see when visiting the historic site.

City: Portland

Dancing in the breeze, the trees at The Grotto swayed to the beat of the East wind.

City: Portland

Cities like Amsterdam and Leipzig may compete for the title, but Portland, Oregon, claims the prize itself: the City of Books.

City: Portland

It has been known by three names, has been the site of at least one documented gun fight, and to this day attracts the rich and the poor alike.

Tags: Sightseeing
City: Portland

Tranquility is a word many visitors use as soon as the y enter the 160 acres of Horning’s Hideout. That’s how Jane and her son, Bob Horning like it.

City: North Plains

He shot down the 48-foot waterslide like a torpedo, letting out a scream the minute he hit the water at the end of the ride.

City: Clackamas

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