Cities: Portland

Settled in 1829, Portland was named in a coin flip after Portland, Maine, birthplace of one of its founders (the losing option was Boston). An hour from skiing at Mount Hood and 90 minutes from the Oregon Coast, Portland is a recreational paradise.

So much more than you'd expect!  The Portland Aquarium brings you up close to dozens of species including sharks, giant octopus, stingrays, reptiles, birds and more.  They offer special encounters where you can actually interact with, feed and even touch the animals. Great for all ages!

These routes in and around Portland vary in difficulty and offer something for everyone in the family

Recreation: Cycling

A spectacular setting along the the Columbia River waterfront further enhances everything the Red Lion Hotel on the River - Jantzen Beach has to offer.

Whether you seek comfy and convenient accommodations before your early morning departure from Portland Airport or a relaxing adventure in Oregon's Rose City, you will find the Red Lion Portland Airport is a delightful

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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

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

Attraction: Shopping, Sightseeing

Portland offers more parks than any other city in the nation and one of the best on a warm sunny day is Jamison Square.

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

Water everywhere, for everyone: public fountains in downtown 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.

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