Sunday, May 18, 2008

Portland Oregon Vacation

Sunset has a nice piece about Portland Oregon travel right here.

Portland is one of the USA's most charming big cities and in some ways has the look and feel of a rural small town with a big footprint. Here, the Columbia and Willamette Rivers converge and big ship traffic makes its way to the Pacific some 80 miles to the west of the city at the seaside town of Astoria (hence the name Port-land).

Oregon Travel
Portland Travel

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