What type of restaurant would make the best impression for a really great breakfast? And do you happen to know of one in Oregon City, OR?
How large is the reservable covered picnic shelter at Ecola Point?
What hospital is closest to this park?
2 adults traveling last week in October 2013 from Eugene, to Florence, to Reedsport, to Highway 38/138 to Roseburg and back up to Eugene, 5 days. Any small towns or must sees? We are staying one night in Florence, but haven't planned lodging beyond that. We just want to take in nature, nothing strenuous :) Also would not mind tips on great seafood meals, casual settings.
Planning a trip for 2014. Targeting Crater Lake around September 15. Should I be concerned about road closures? Will hiking trails be open?
Wilsonville is a half way point for two wonderful people I'm meeting. Is there a beautiful meeting spot where we could meet... maybe a winery or something
Why doesn't the Virtual Tourist guide mention the Hallie Ford Museum of Art, on the campus of Willamette University? HFMA is the only museum of its type and quality between Portland and Eugene, and it's a gem among university art museums. For people who enjoy visual art, HFMA should be a "must see" while visiting Salem.
Where are the buggy rides?
Is there any type of "bus" service to Lewiston Idaho for doctor/hospital appointments?
Thank You for any info, Jim
We want to visit Crater Lake in Oregon, see the Haystack rock on Cannon Beach and tour the Oregon Coast. Which city is the best to stay to do these activity in two days?
Whta's the driving time from Eugene to Crater Lake's North Rim?
How many amps for electrical hookups? The website only lists 50 amps, is that accurate? I will need an adapter if so :(
What clothing do I need to bring for a week visit July 24-31?
I know this is a little wild of a question. But does anyone know of a good maid service in Stayton, OR?
My name is Tom. I'm 24 and I'm new to Dallas, I just moved here a year ago from Phoenix. I have an awesome blessing of working for a large U.S. domestic airline at their corporate office. I've been working hard long hours there for the past year or two but now I'm finally established. I never really used my free flight benefits because I was so busy working.
I never really traveled much growing up, my parents did not have much money and put it all towards my private education, and I spent more time studying and had few outlets for recreation. Now I have this explosive opportunity to fly wherever I want whenever I want. The concept of recreation is alien to me as I have studied and focused on professional development as long as I can remember. But now I want to branch out and explore, and discover who I am outside of my career.
But I won't lie, I'm a little intimidated. I've traveled for recreation a little with family since I started working with the airline. But I want to take a leap and explore on my own. I can travel to almost 100 destinations but I don't know how to get started. I'm too young to rent a car without getting hammered with fees, so what cities are good if I want to walk or use cheap public transportation? I am thinking of doing Portland since I enjoyed Seattle so much with my family. I also don't feel comfortable traveling with my new friends yet as I don't know them well enough (and I don't drink or hit bars like they do). Is it normal to travel alone? Will I be lonely or depressed that I'm not sharing my travel experiences with someone? I heard its sometimes good to unwind and escape people and social pressures and leave them behind. Any suggestions?
Have a tentative plan already to see both Arches and Yellowstone National Parks. Here's the trip so far: roadtrippers.com/trips/51a66...
I have 3 weeks and am very open to changing the route along the way. I'm into photography so places that are fun to take pictures of are a must, also really like architecture. Any suggestions?
My wife and I are going to do a road trip around Oregon in September for our anniversary and are looking for suggestions of nice places to stay in the Mount Hood area. We won't be bringing camping gear, so looking for a nice little hotel or B&B in the area with good views and opportunities for hiking and nature.
I plan to visit Oregon and California next july, arriving through Portland.
Can I buy a phone somewhere with a sim card, and at a reasonable price so that people I know may reach me ? I don't need to have lots of time on advanced purchase, that's mostly to receive calls. Can I buy it even if I'm a European visitor ? Where are the best deals ?
Need a one night hotel by Amtrak Station/Union Station so I am close to walk with my rolling suitcase the next day to the train. thanks
We are going to be staying in the park in loop L in site L24 and we are wondering if this site is in the trees and if it is a nice site and is the beach within walking distance?
We are going on an organized cycling tour the 3rd week of June, but will arrive 3 days before the trip begins. We will be bringing our bicycles and will be staying in a B&B in Southeast Portland. Which trails are the best ones to go on?
We are going to the 41st. BMW Motorcycle Rally from July 18 to 21, 2013 in Salem, Oregon. We want to know which scenic roads are best going down the coast of Washington/Oregon to Salem for the event and then which roads to take going east from Salem, Oregon into Montana and up again to Waterton National Park on the US/Canada border. We will be entering the USA near Abbotsford British Columbia. We want to stay away from major highways as much as possible.....any ideas? Of course we will be riding our motorcycles.Do not know the area at all and would like to take in the best scenery that we can. We have two weeks in total.
We will be on a road trip in a couple of weeks time and will get to spend 1 day 1 night in Portland. Can someone provide us recommendation on the top must-see? (Already booked accommodation and we will have a rented car to go around).
Keen to explore good places for food where locals go. So hope to get recommendations on this too (already making plans to go for Voodoo doughnuts!) =)
Hello, my son is going to have an interview at OHSU. My questions are:
1) What neighborhood is OHSU located? We are thinking about bidding for a hotel room online, but don't know which neighborhood(s) should we check from the list.
2)Does anyone have recommendation for inexpensive stay near OHSU and with convenient public transportation to/from OHSU?
I'm going to be in Portland the first week of January with a bunch of foodies. Does anyone have a must-visit restaurant, gastro-pub, food shack, that they recommend?
hi :) im from southern california and was wondering if anyone could tell me what to expect weather wise ( other than rain, rain, and more rain :)
Being from a warm climate i only have casual clothing and i love to dress pinup..(ha! that sounds so stupid.. but hey, i love the whole vintage look.. and it's huge and not silly at all down here. most of my wardrobe is bettie page inspired. bah)
my new bf is from here, is used to the cold and well lets face it, he's a guy and has no clue as to what to advice me to bring..
I was just wondering if it's completely ridiculous to bother bringing any of my usual dresses in january...
hopefully someone can answer this without making fun. ;p although i dont mind it..
We would like to spend 10 days touring Oregon by car. We will fly from FL. to a central city (perhaps Portland) although this is not definite Please tell us what not to miss in Oregon.
Hi. We'll be taking the train from London to Paris and will arrive at the Gare du Nord station mid-day. We have three days and will rely on public transport.
Ideas for great and reasonable hotel in an easy-to-get-to and then easy-to-get-to-DeGaulle neighborhood? Great food and people?
Thanks so much for any advice.
If you were going to spend a few days in a b&b along the NW Oregon coast, what little village or town would you recommend? Somewhere not totally 'desolate', but not so much hubbub. :)
Thanks in advance! Pete
Want to take the wife somewhere to camp in Bend this summer. Would like to set up a tent with water nearby we can be be in. Plan on using a tent. A decent amount of privacy would be nice too. Any thoughts?