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  • 9.4

    Powell's City of Books

    Bookstore 1005 W Burnside St Portland, OR

    People also say (471 tips):

    • Roy B.
      Roy Britton: "Great place. Get lost, I mean it. If you love books there isn't a better place on earth. Wall to wall, floor to floor, section to subsection. Get lost inside, you'll be happy you did."
  • 9.6

    Forest Park - Wildwood Trail

    Hiking Trail 317 SW Alder St Portland, OR

    People also say (29 tips):

    • Colin N.
      Colin Nelson: "Trails are nice, fresh air is amazing, but drive out east to Vista House if you want an experience you'll never forget!"
  • 9.3

    Salt & Straw

    Ice Cream Parlor 3345 SE Division St Portland, OR

    People also say (129 tips):

    • Amy M.
      Amy Matsuno: "It just doesn't get better than Salt & Straw and I'm an ice cream snob. Try the Strawberry Honey Balsamic, the Oregon Rocky Road, or the Sea Salt with Caramel. You can't go wrong with anything!"
  • 9.4

    Little t American Baker

    Bakery 2600 SE Division St Portland, OR

    People also say (29 tips):

    • Carly D.
      Carly Dahl: "Coffee & pastries are awesome, nice spot to work or read. They stop serving food besides baked goods at 3pm"
  • 9.3

    Coava Coffee Roasters Cafe

    Coffee Shop 1300 SE Grand Ave Portland, OR

    People also say (123 tips):

    • Albert T.
      Albert Treat: "Great coffee shop, probably one of my favorites! Not many seats, but if you need an outlet the walls have 'em. Get a latte and an almond croissant, they're delicious!"
  • 9.3

    Hollywood Theatre

    Indie Movie Theater 4122 NE Sandy Blvd Portland, OR

    People also say (50 tips):

    • The Wall Street Journal
      The Wall Street Journal: "This 1,500-seat Art Deco palace has a marquee that rises above the neighborhood like a beacon. The nonprofit Film Action Oregon runs it, showing independent films and teaching kids to make movies."

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  • 9.3

    Laurelhurst Park

    Park Laurelhurst Park Portland, OR

    People also say (43 tips):

    • Darkest Hour A.
      Darkest Hour Apparel: "Love this park so much. A perfect location for relaxing and taking in all the greenery, beautiful trees and loads of flowers. Summertime this park is very busy. Highly recommend."
    • Carl F.
      Carl Figueiredo: "One of Portland's crown jewels. Beautiful public space with mature trees and natural settings. Places like this make Portland what it is."
  • 9.5

    Mt. Tabor Park

    Park 6000 SE Salmon St Portland, OR

    People also say (55 tips):

    • Travel + Leisure
      Travel + Leisure: "You won’t find a more inspiring destination to begin a Portland adventure than Mount Tabor Park. Hike or bike to the summit for a stunning view of the city."
    • Prathan T.
      Prathan Thananart: "Amazing scenic place. Pack a mat or a hammock, some snacks, and your favorite book."
  • 9.3

    Hoyt Arboretum

    Park 4000 SW Fairview Blvd Portland, OR

    People also say (15 tips):

    • Francene G.
      Francene Grewe: "At Hoyt Arboretum every tree has a story to tell. Founded in 1928 to conserve endangered species and educate the community, Hoyt encompasses 187 ridge-top acres accessible by trails covering 12 miles."
    • C D.
      C Delo: "Gorgeous, and remarkably peaceful for being so close to downtown. That said, it took my husband and I a while to acclimate to the signage in this park-- it isn't always immediately clear."

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