Welcome to another post of helping a reader travel! As I’ve mentioned before, I have not been to every destination (unfortunately), but do get questions from friends and other blog readers on all sort of travel destination questions. Thus far, we’ve been able to help other readers travel to Maui, The Greek Islands, Pacific Coast Highway, Argentina /Buenos Aires, Costa Rica, Cape Cod & The Islands, Iceland, Geneva, Canadian Rockies, Rome, Israel, Peru / Inca Trail, Stockholm, Chicago, Paris, Hanoi, Austin, Puerto Rico, Bruges, Salzburg, Istanbul, Las Vegas, Jamaica, India/Golden Triangle, Auckland, Singapore, Moscow, The Oregon Coast, and Seattle.
Since we just hit on Seattle and the Oregon Coast, many readers asked about suggestions in Portland, Oregon. For some Portland is their point of travel, while others will be passing through Portland during a West Coast trip to various cities and sites. This particular question here comes from reader Joe:
“I saw that you’ve hit on the west coast a bunch in the past few weeks and I am actually heading to Portland this summer. Can you see if you can gather some readers suggestions on things to do in Portland. Also, how many days would you suggest? Many people have posted about things to do for day trips right outside of Portland during the Oregon Coast post, but what about wineries right outside? I’ve heard they have some great vineyards. Any overall help would be great! Suggestions on where to stay, length needed in the city, and some things to do/wineries outside of the city. Thank you.”
If you’ve ever been to Portland, Oregon, please help out reader Joe (along with many others who emailed me as well) by commenting below.
Also, if you have any upcoming travel where you need some help, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to be a featured “Help a Reader Travel” Monday special. Thanks!
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