Driving to the waterfront on the east side of Portland, the first thing people normally think about is OMSI – the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry.
“WOW! I want to be in front!” Ethan said as he rushed on to the tram car, putting his hands on the bubble-like window in the front of the tram.
Jim and Stephanie Rose stood outside in the rain, with a large pink box waving it around like they had won the lottery.
It’s no secret that if you want to learn about Oregon’s history, visiting Oregon City should be your first stop.
Sitting behind some large trees, between Newberg and Hillsboro is a farm-themed store that is as authentic as it is special.
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.
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.
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.
Cities like Amsterdam and Leipzig may compete for the title, but Portland, Oregon, claims the prize itself: the City of Books.