Thursday, June 1, 2017

Chasing Waterfalls In Portland, Oregon

I've heard it plenty of times from coworkers and friends - they all love Portland and said they'd like to move there some day. I wanted to see its charm myself so I decided to go during the Memorial Day weekend. Didn't take much photos of the city because I spent most of my times there stuffing myself with all the amazing food Portland has to offer (Blue Star Donuts, Pok Pok, Salt & Straw, and many more). My favorite one that we kept going back after was this infamous chicken rice stall.

The next day, we rented a car and headed east towards where all the waterfalls are.


Some of the waterfalls that we visited were Latourell Falls, Wahkeena Falls, Multnomah Falls and Horsetail Falls.




As expected, Multnomah Falls was cramped with tourists :( Should've known to avoid this place during long weekend!






We ended the day with a trip to Trillium Lake overlooking Mount Hood and had a fantastic dinner that we packed from, of course, the chicken rice stall that we love so much.



Here's the 5-days itinerary for a trip to Portland, Oregon

Day 1
• Fly to Portland after work
• Stay at Radisson Hotel Portland Airport (booked this hotel because I wanted to use away my free hotel night from hotels.com - it's also cheaper than most of the hotels in Downtown Portland)

Day 2
• Go to The Duniway Portland, a Hilton Hotel to drop luggage
• Lunch at Nong’s Khao Man Gai
• Pearl District shops: Patagonia, Powell’s City of Book, Made Here PDX, Madewell (because it's tax free!!!), Ecru
• Dinner at Departure Portland

Day 3
• Get lunch at Nong's Khao Man Gai (and maybe grab extra for picnic later)
• Rent a car and drive towards the waterfalls: Latourell FallsWahkeena FallsMultnomah Falls and Horsetail Falls.
• End the day at Trillium Lake overlooking Mount Hood

Day 4
• Spend the day at The Grotto

Day 5
 Brunch at Tasty & Sons / Pine State Biscuit 

• Fly back to San Francisco!

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