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Oregon has a striking coastline and an innate beauty that can be fully appreciated with the help and influence of superb weed. The Beaver State first legalized medical marijuana use in 1998 and later legalized recreational marijuana use in 2014. Visitors to Portland will find a variety of dispensaries, cannabis spas, and chic party bus cannabis tours. With the average cost of an ounce coming in at $210.50, cannabis tourism in in this special state will likely continue to rise.  test1

morganthomasbernard 1 year ago

Oregon has a striking coastline and an innate beauty that can be fully appreciated with the help and influence of superb weed. The Beaver State first legalized medical marijuana use in 1998 and later legalized recreational marijuana use in 2014. Visitors to Portland will find a variety of dispensaries, cannabis spas, and chic party bus cannabis tours. With the average cost of an ounce coming in at $210.50, cannabis tourism in in this special state will likely continue to rise.

morganthomasbernard 1 year ago

Oregon has a striking coastline and an innate beauty that can be fully appreciated with the help and influence of superb weed. The Beaver State first legalized medical marijuana use in 1998 and later legalized recreational marijuana use in 2014. Visitors to Portland will find a variety of dispensaries, cannabis spas, and chic party bus cannabis tours. With the average cost of an ounce coming in at $210.50, cannabis tourism in in this special state will likely continue to rise. 

morganthomasbernard 2 years ago

Oregon Lists

  • Portland, A Pup's Paradise

    jajajames (James Knowlton)
    A list for dogs and their humans. Portland has the nation’s highest dog park per capita with a total of 33 in the city! This list will have some of those, as well as eateries, and other outings for you and your furry friend.
  • Portland Cafes, It's a Lifestyle

    jajajames (James Knowlton)
    Let's get buzzed on bean juice in the PNW! While the coffee quality is absolutely considered, this list is really about ambiance. Coffee experts don't come at me, feel free to make a list of your own. Who doesn't love a good cafe to work in, get cozy, and / or have an awkward first date at. Hopefully these places will make all those experiences a little more enjoyable. Hey, even if the date doesn't work out, at least you'll have your new go to chill spot.
  • Plant Based Paradise in Portland, OR

    jajajames (James Knowlton)
    Hello my fellow plant eaters! If you don't eat meat and/or dairy and/or simply love what a vegetable can do...this list is for you!
  • Most Famous Restaurants in Portland

    rileyroberson (Riley Roberson)
    Quick math. Three meals a day is the norm - four if it's about 11:00 and you had a small dinner and you're still a little hungry and you're good at not feeling guilty about it. That means it would take you three days to get to these 10 restaurants in Portland with a few breaks for naps. This city bounces around on the list of top foodie cities in the US, and there is good reason why. Whether it's #2, #1, or anywhere else in the top 5, these restaurants keep it there.
  • Best Hikes in Portland

    rileyroberson (Riley Roberson)
    If a city is by good hiking, my wife and I typically like to spend a whole day out going through trails. Portland is an incredible place to spend 75 percent urban and 25 percent hiking (or the other way around, if you really really hike). This list should feature options for short, medium, and long hikes, so you'll have plenty to choose from.
  • Best parks in Portland

    harrisonappah8 (Harrison Appah)
    If there's one thing that natives of Portland, Oregon can boast about, it is the city's abundance of natural spots, greenery, and parks. Portland has several parks with various attractions to cater to the outdoor desires of anyone who cares to visit. In this list, we will be exploring the top five of these parks.
  • Best Breweries in Portland

    harrisonappah8 (Harrison Appah)
    It is no secret that Portland has a large selection of breweries for beer lovers everywhere. The city has no shortage of and all sorts of beer styles. It could be a little daunting, deciding what brewpub to try first. After trying out quite a few, here are my top picks for breweries in Portland.
  • Best Breweries in Portland

    rileyroberson (Riley Roberson)
    What makes a brewery good? The selection? The specific types of beer? The garage door that is inevitably at every single one? It's pretty subjective. The best brewery is ultimately the one that is best to you, so here are some great options for you to choose from.
  • Famous Landmarks In Portland

    seeker (Seeker Editors)
    From massive copper sculptures to French-Renaissance Chateaus, Portland's history is a lengthy and creative one- with plenty to uncover. Walk the country's first-ever pedestrian-centered bridge, geek out over old engineering, or spend the afternoon sipping fresh Matcha in a traditional Japanese tea garden- we weren't joking when we said Portland has it all.
  • Best Brunch Spots In Portland

    seeker (Seeker Editors)
    From Norweigian-French fusion to Middle Eastern cuisine with a twist, with every form of comfort food mixed in between, these trendy destinations throughout the city are sure to wet your palette. Portland has something for everyone- brunch isn't just mimosas and pancakes but an entire experience of fun and flavor (and interior decoration). Whether you're craving a freshly baked Belgian waffle, a fruity cocktail, or something you have never tried before- dig into our picks for the best brunch spots of Portland.
  • The Coolest Neighborhoods In Portland

    seeker (Seeker Editors)
    Portland is a melting pot of culture, cuisine, art, and fashion- a dream spot for creatively-minded travelers looking to uncover ideas, taste artisanal coffee, and take incredible photographs. From the bustling Oldtown Chinatown to the hip Pearl District, Portland is made up of trendy eateries, fashionable boutiques, and fascinating art galleries. Drink with the local art scene at the Alberta Arts District, snap an Insta pic of the opulent Victorian-style houses of Nob Hill, or visit quirky gift shops in Hawthorne- we are going to take you through Portland's coolest neighborhoods.
  • Portland's Famous Foods And Where To Get Them

    seeker (Seeker Editors)
    Portland's food scene is an eclectic mixture of culture, tradition, and flavor, a collection of some of the nation's most delicious dishes with creative twists. These spots throughout the city make up just a few of the most iconic restaurants to visit while in town, from the legendary Voodoo Doughnuts to the ever so creative Eem. Calling all foodies- this one is for you.
  • Summer Spots in Portland

    jajajames (James Knowlton)
    With almost 8 months of gray, Summer is a much awaited respite from the gloom. Portlanders certainly will let you know, the Winter's may be hard, but the Summers make it all worth it.
  • Places Where They Filmed Portlandia In Portland

    madeleineray (Madeleine Ray)
    The feminist bookshop with two quirky owners? The Mayor's headquarters where so many shenanigans took place? If you are as big a fan of Portlandia as I am, I promise this list will give you some major nostalgia. Portlandia managed to capture the artsy, off-beat creativity that makes up this unique city, and if you head to any of these iconic spots, I guarantee you will feel like you just stepped into a skit (in the best way possible.)
  • Day Trips from Portland

    rileyroberson (Riley Roberson)
    Portland sits in the Pacific Northwest, but it also sits just a day trip away from some of the essential building blocks of being a human. And by that, I mean hiking, wine, and cheese. I love the cadence of downtown life and experience, but I understand time in a metro can generate an appetite for the slow and pleasant. That’s exactly the appetite the following places appease.
  • Pacific Northwest Paradise

    pdxtravelgal (Susan Stephens)
    https://www.explorersue.com
  • Magical Bookstores

    chadfredlott (Chad Lott)
    These are the bookstores I've wanted to get lost in.
  • Western Ski Areas

    aspmonkey (Jeff Pretz)
    Ski areas of note I've been to and some particulars about them.
  • Charming Small Towns in The US That You Haven't Heard Of Yet

    seeker (Seeker Editors)
    Cozied up in a restaurant along the Oregon Trail, waking up to see rocky canons in the distance, or relaxing along an Island coast- these hidden gems have *so* much to offer. Traveling to major cities is fun and all but sometimes we just want to take a few steps off the beaten path and uncover a new perspective. These small towns from the west to the east coast (and beyond) have everything you need for an idyllic weekend getaway, so let's check out some of America's most charming small towns that have *big* travel potential.
  • Top Places to See Cherry Blossoms in the U.S

    seeker (Seeker Editors)
    Hello Spring! This is the season of blossoming and bringing in the new. What better way to enjoy this beautiful season than by taking a trip to see cherry blossom trees. Cherry blossoms are one of the most enchanting sights of the season, as the trees only bloom for a short glimpse of time. This brief-lived moment of bubblegum pink sweetness has been captivating and inspiring human beings for centuries. Here is a list of some of the best places in the US that you can visit to witness blooming cherry blossoms this spring.

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Oregon Articles

  • America’s Next National Park? Top Contenders for 2023

    In 2019, White Sands National Park became America’s 62nd national park. Two years later, New River Gorge National Park became the nation’s 63rd. Now we’re all wondering: which park will take the title next? Lucky for us, the top contenders for America’s next national park include scenic national forests, ancient cultural sites, lazy rivers, and […]

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  • List of All National Parks in the US By State | 2022

    From swivel chairs to space rockets, the US has had some darn bright ideas over its short history. But of all the ideas that have changed the world, the national parks system is surely close to the top. It was way back in 1872 that the sulfur-belching lands of Yellowstone were designated as protected lands […]

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  • 50 of the Most Romantic Places in the US by State

    Love is in the air, around the corner, and all over the map. Whether you prefer long walks on the beach at sunset, wining and dining until the wee hours of the morning, or soaring to new heights – literally, we have 50 shades of ways to spark love, rekindle romance, and induce wanderlust. Let’s […]

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  • Crater Lake National Park: The Complete Guide for 2023

    Pristine blue water surrounded by sheer cliffs and the deepest lake in the entire US, Crater Lake National Park is a breathtaking sight for visitors near and wide. But wait, there’s more! Adventure your way through this famous US national park‘s incredible old-growth forest ecosystems: lodgepole pines, ponderosa pines, whitebark pines, and mountain hemlocks make […]

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  • 17 Delicious Food Factory Tours Across the US

    Ever wonder how PEZ is made? Thanks to food factory tours, hungry travelers can satisfy their curiosities…and cravings. Whether you’re road tripping across the US or exploring your own hometown, take a delicious detour at some of the country’s most beloved snack factories. From learning how ice cream is made at Ben & Jerry’s in […]

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  • 38 of the Most Unique Hotels in the World

    When it comes to sleeping around the world, we have no reservations. Fancy resorts? Cheap hostels? Quirky hotels? Been there, done that. From planes and trains to a decommissioned oil rig to ice hotels and igloos, we get around, booking unique hotels that come in all sorts of shapes, sizes, and surroundings. We’ve traveled to […]

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  • 8 Places to Travel Boujee on a Budget

    There’s simply no denying the fact that 2020 threw us all for a loop. The COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on life as we know it, putting all of our plans on pause for the foreseeable future. Although the boredom and loneliness of quarantine may have gotten to you, your wallet is likely thanking you for […]

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  • List of Recreational Dispensaries in the US By State

    Recreational marijuana has seen exponential growth and acceptance since Colorado first passed Colorado Amendment 64 nearly a decade ago, legalizing recreational use for adults 21 and over. Since that big day, other states have followed suit, falling like dominos in their efforts to legalize and commercialize recreational marijuana use. Today, over 36 states have legalized […]

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  • Top 420 Friendly States: Ranked 2022

    In the last decade, the number of 420-friendly states has increased exponentially, and now, weed-loving travelers have their pick of states where recreational marijuana use is both legal and highly celebrated. With sixteen 420 friendly states (and more added each election cycle), smokers and travelers alike can rejoice knowing that marijuana tourism is alive and […]

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  • 21 of the Most Romantic Lake Resorts Around the World

    Brace yourself: you’re about to get lost in brilliant blue waters, beautiful high peaks, and lush emerald forests. Whether you dream of exploring Patagonia’s other-worldly landscapes, trekking alongside lions in Africa, or relaxing in European hot pools with majestic mountains jutting across the skyline, these top lake resorts promise the perfect balance of rest, romance, […]

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  • Best Winter Festivals Around the World 2022

    Can’t afford a steamy tropical vacation this winter? No worries. Bundle up embrace the cold with these super cozy (and family-friendly) winter festivals found around the world. Some of the best winter vacation spots are hiding right in plain sight: explore majestic ice sculptures in China, watch twinkling lights in the Netherlands, compete in winter […]

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