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Things to do in Cannon Beach

With 232 miles populated by more than 50 state parks, recreation and scenic areas, there’s no place quite like the Oregon Coast. Located about 90 minutes from Portland, these are some of the best things to do in Cannon Beach.

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On business in PortlandThe green accolades Portland amasses annually could fill a recycling centre. A first time business visitor might assume all this green focus means higher visitor costs, but MAX, the World-Class transit system, alternative meeting spaces, and an absence of state sales tax combine to keep budgets in check. Here’s how to get the best out of being on business in Portland.

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Five of the best Portland music venues

The joke runs that Portland is where Millennials go to retire. This must explain why PDX has become the west coast’s best live music city, luring indie stars like The Decemberists and The Shins to set up camp by the Willamette River. Here are some of the best Portland music venues to check out on your next trip.

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Portland for familiesWith the Pacific Northwest’s best science museum, donut gastronomes and an indoor black-lit mini-golf centre, it’s no wonder families flock to Portland for an eclectic few days of urban entertainment. Here’s a list of favourite spots in Portland for families.

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Top 10 food carts in Portland

by CraiSBower September - last edited September

10 of the best food carts in PortlandThe genesis of the food cart phenomenon in Portland was unexceptional. But then, like primordial soup, an early cluster of carts arose in a parking lot at the corner of Stark and 5th, and a new sensational species was born. From Hungarian goulash to Norwegian Meatballs, here are a few of our favourite food carts in Portland to try on your next trip.

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The best Oregon wineries

by CraiSBower July - last edited September

The Best Oregon WineriesThe Willamette Valley has served as savoured destination since the first wagons rolled in from the Oregon Trail. Though Henderson Luelling first planted grapes here in 1847, his fellow pioneers never could have imagined that their homesteads would transform into one of North America’s premier wine regions. Hitch a ride, grab a glass and check out some of the best Oregon wineries within an hour of Portland.

 

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