Portland Oregon: Cool Things To Do // Destinations Explained

Portland Oregon: Cool Things To Do // Destinations Explained

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3 Popular Attractions In Oregon

  • Smith Rock: State park in Terrebonne, Oregon.
  • Oregon Facts:

    • The Chinook salmon is Oregon’s official state fish.
    • The Carousel Museum contains the world’s largest and most comprehensive collection of carousel horses.
    • History books do not detail as to where the name Oregon was obtained from. However there are speculations that it either refers to “ouregan”, a French word for hurricane, or “orejon”, a Spanish word referring to big ears.
    • Portland’s green-friendly city has the largest number of vegetarian and vegan options for diners in the country, and almost80% of our restaurants are local. Anyone eating gluten-free these days?
    Largest cities or towns in Oregon

    Rank Name County Pop.
    1 Portland Multnomah 647,805[94] Eugene
    2 Salem Marion 169,798
    3 Eugene Lane 168,916
    4 Gresham Multnomah 111,053
    5 Hillsboro Washington 106,894
    6 Beaverton Washington 97,514
    7 Bend Deschutes 94,520
    8 Medford Jackson 81,780
    9 Springfield Lane 62,353
    10 Corvallis Benton 57,961


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    00:00 Intro
    00:47 About Portland
    02:50 Multnomah Falls
    03:35 Vista House
    04:16 Rocky Butte
    04:55 International Rose Test Garden
    05:53 Pittock Mansion
    06:33 Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area
    07:35 Wahclella Falls
    08:17 Glenn Otto Community Park
    08:48 Silver Falls State Park
    09:23 Thor's Well
    09:58 Haystack Rock
    10:56 Mount Hood
    12:00 Pine State Biscuits | Division
    12:32 Mother's Bistro & Bar
    13:08 The Roxy
    13:41 Deschutes Brewery Portland Public House
    14:14 Andina
    14:52 Salty's on the Columbia
    15:26 Coava Coffee Roasters
    15:56 Voodoo Doughnut – Old Town
    16:37 Multnomah Whiskey Library
    17:15 Ground Kontrol
    17:49 Kelly's Olympian
    18:28 Cascade Brewing Barrel House
    19:08 Extra Tips
    19:57 Outro

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    International Rose Test Garden – https://goo.gl/maps/itMyMYxmWvqmbuyE9
    Pittock Mansion – https://goo.gl/maps/Z15RFsz8PXKJc3Pb9
    Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area – https://goo.gl/maps/m5oa7AcofAt8cUqN6
    Wahclella Falls – https://goo.gl/maps/XwaEuGBTWaCgqA8c7
    Glenn Otto Community Park – https://goo.gl/maps/QWvhDoz4VpmSV5tN9
    Silver Falls State Park – https://goo.gl/maps/6qKAswTK1BfEFRUb6
    Thor's Well – https://goo.gl/maps/q51ppEQzPuJ3ehWt8
    Haystack Rock – https://goo.gl/maps/s15awCZwhSAdc9nx7
    Mount Hood – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Hood
    Pine State Biscuits | Division – https://goo.gl/maps/XkUdRQ2URnfKsC4t6
    Mother's Bistro & Bar – https://goo.gl/maps/R3pAfSE8MY245aiA8
    The Roxy – https://goo.gl/maps/L6Pzr5DiuwkBB5U37
    Deschutes Brewery Portland Public House – https://goo.gl/maps/LQLj4iTia3cAQYNs5
    Andina – https://goo.gl/maps/tnUMcyW3NTK7xWgp7
    Salty's on the Columbia – https://goo.gl/maps/hpNn5GhV6AVUNASs8
    Coava Coffee Roasters – https://g.page/coava-coffee-roasters-portland?share />Voodoo Doughnut – Old Town – https://goo.gl/maps/yaE6c7ECM9ptbrMf7
    Multnomah Whiskey Library – https://g.page/multnomahwhiskeylibrary?share />Ground Kontrol – https://goo.gl/maps/j3sEDkWA9R79gJJK8
    Kelly's Olympian – https://goo.gl/maps/YUmK31o6Bu4xdnw56
    Cascade Brewing Barrel House – https://goo.gl/maps/pnhBHd5VSAr4i8hw5

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    One thought on “Portland Oregon: Cool Things To Do // Destinations Explained”

    1. No mention of POWELL'S???!?!?!
      Also, the McMenamin's brewpubs are something to check out- they have a knack for rescuing old buildings and making really distinctive restaurants out of them- and more! The former county poor farm (Edgefield) is now a full complex with hotel/resort, restaurants, brewery, winery, distillery, etc etc. A derelict elementary school (Kennedy School) has become a hotel where you sleep in an old classroom, as well as community center, movie theatre, meeting rooms, several restaurants, bars, brewery, and even a soaking pool! There's a former wedding/funeral chapel (Chapel Pub) with the bar in the main nave, The Crystal Ballroom, etc etc…Similar flavor, but all different!
      And ignore the naysayers. Portland is 145 sq miles. 4 blocks of protesters downtown is scarcely a blip on the radar. The homeless problem is no worse that other cities of similar size, especially on the temperate West Coast.
      And if you come in the rainy season, bring a parka, not an umbrella. An umbrella marks you as an outsider. 🙂

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