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Old 07-21-2019, 07:26 AM   #41
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The one thing that I really want in Portland is that yummy west coast coffee. I can't wait to taste that.

My traveling companion raved about the coffees! Seeing as I'm not a coffee drinker I took her word for it...
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Pardon me, I thought you lived near Portland. I am starting to think that I need to take some time off after the conference to visit friends on the west coast. I hope to have a friend traveling with me so that sounds like a good vacation.
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Chad, that would be nice, however I'm still living in WA state!

I did visit Portland back in May and fell in love with it! I've posted a lot of places we visited, scan them and see if any strike your fancy.

I hope to return again but I have no idea when
Chad, I neglected to mention most of the posts I refer to about Portland, I posted in the "If You're Ever Here, Go there" thread..
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Pardon me, I thought you lived near Portland. I am starting to think that I need to take some time off after the conference to visit friends on the west coast. I hope to have a friend traveling with me so that sounds like a good vacation.
OMG yes Chad do visit Portland by all means!! Unfortunately we had time constraints and couldn't spend as much time as we would of liked. We did make the most of our time tho, was on the go early and never got back to the hotel until late. We left the car at the hotel and used Uber & Portland's transits system for the most part.

We ran into the most helpful and courtesy folks in any city I've ever visited including Chicago, especially once we commented how this was our visit time in Portland. We got recommendations right & left where to go, what to do, see, etc etc!

I can't wait to get back there for a second visit.....
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In today's Sunday Seattle Times, a column ran about a solo trip experienced by journalist Taylor Blatchford of Seattle.

Of course she mentioned Powell's Books, but other discoveries of her's as well included Ecliptic Brewing, Deschutes Brewing, Pok Pok, and Blue Star Donuts.

She also mentioned several nature places she explored and if you're into that and have access to reading the Seattle Times may I suggest reading the article.
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Fremont Fest August 3, Fremont Street Free



Fremont Street is closed from 42nd to 50th for Fremont Fest, including a 10 a.m. parade of pets and kids on bikes, music stages, a kids’ zone, and 125 vendors.
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Bike or walk the bridges August 11, 2019 Portland locations




Bridge Pedal is a 5-mile walk or a 3 to 18 mile ride with stunning views from atop Portland bridges. Register early, and bring a helmet. No dogs or skates.
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BeerQuest Haunted Pub Tour Friday Aug 9th 7pm



Guided tour uncover Portland’s dark side on this spine-tingling walking tour and hear firsthand accounts of paranormal encounters.

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Boz Scaggs Tues Aug 13, 7 pm, Revolution Hall

Like mushrooms after rain, vinyl copies of Boz Scaggs’ Silk Degrees tend to sprout up overnight in people’s record collections. The former Steve Miller Band guitarist’s blockbuster from bygone days, a surprisingly ambidextrous collision of string-laden R&B, gently discofied beats, singer/songwriter introspection, and Springsteen-esque bar-band bravado.

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Oregon Democratic U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer called for a boycott Wednesday of all hotels owned and operated by Gordon Sondland, who is wrapped up in the Ukraine controversy.

Sondland is the current U.S. ambassador to the European Union and is also the founder of the boutique hotel company Provenance Hotels. The company has six hotels in Portland including Hotel Lucia, The Heathman and Sentinel.
A spokesman for Sondland has responded, saying that participating in a boycott would only harm Oregon hotel workers.

Congressional investigators are interested in Sondland because he and another diplomat had talked to Ukranian leaders about how to respond to pressure from Trump to investigate political rival and former Vice President Joe Biden.

He originally indicated he would cooperate with the impeachment inquiry, but the Trump administration blocked his testimony.
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Oregon Democratic U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer called for a boycott Wednesday of all hotels owned and operated by Gordon Sondland, who is wrapped up in the Ukraine controversy.

Sondland is the current U.S. ambassador to the European Union and is also the founder of the boutique hotel company Provenance Hotels. The company has six hotels in Portland including Hotel Lucia, The Heathman and Sentinel.
A spokesman for Sondland has responded, saying that participating in a boycott would only harm Oregon hotel workers.

Congressional investigators are interested in Sondland because he and another diplomat had talked to Ukranian leaders about how to respond to pressure from Trump to investigate political rival and former Vice President Joe Biden.

He originally indicated he would cooperate with the impeachment inquiry, but the Trump administration blocked his testimony.
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