Portland, Oregon

Explore the Charms of the Rose City

with Oz

Oz

Portland, Oregon has SO much charm and SO many wonderful things to see and do. We have great farmers markets, a thriving thatre scene, wonderful live music and don;t get me started on the foods and beers we have in this fair city!
Street food carts abound in pods.
Beervana holds pleasure in a pint.
Music wafts thru the air at Saturday Market.
Washington Park is a complex of visual discoveries.
Tabloid headlines? Not at all...these are things that await the traveler while they are in Portland, Oregon...
The City of Roses, Bridgetown, Beervana...many names - one city.
Depending on what you chose to do, meeting places will vary as will what items you should bring and duration of the tour. 3 hours is a standard length for most foot travel tours.

There is SO much to see and experience in Portland and surrounding area it really comes down to what intrests you. I absolutely LOVE the diversity of this city - so much to do and see, every single day.
So I will just list some of the things I have found fun and exciting to do...
The River Walk, both downtown side and the East Side Esplanade.
MicroBrew tours - From Pilsners to IPAs, Wit to Hef, we got'em!
Ethnic food tours - We are blessed with SO many choices :)
Food Cart exploration - Come hungry!
Shanghai Tunnels - a possible nefarious past to Portlands wharf
Washington Park - SO much to do up there!
Wine tours - more wineries than you can shake a vine at!
Live Music venues - so much going on almost every night of the week
The Theatre - there are great plays in this city.
The Coast - Highway 101 has some beautiful vistas.
The Mountains - Mt. Hood & Mt. St. Helens are majestic!
The Columbia Gorge - Amazing views and history, and WATERFALLS!

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I have led a fortunate life and have had the pleasure of being a computer engineer, a fire fighter, a musician and a teacher. I LOVE ethinic foods, cultures and traveling. I play guitar and sing and have made a living as a musician in this fair city. I currently own my own business as a health and safety instructor. I have been teaching for 20 years as of 2016 and love the occupation. I write and still play music locally. I find that I am always being asked about where to go and what to see so when a friend told me about this opportunity, it felt like a perfect fit. Full profile Leave a Review


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