RFWH 22: Travel Tuesdays, Portland Oregon- The Food Scene, Waterfalls, Hood River and Oregon Coast from Astoria to Cannon Beach

Episode 22

In this Travel Tuesday episode,join us in Portland, Oregon as we explore the food scene, hit the trails to discover multiple waterfalls, visit Hood River and travel along the Northern Oregon coast, from Astoria to Cannon Beach.


From this episode:
RV Park: Portland-Fairview RV Park, Portland, Oregon
Restaurant: Dick’s Kitchen, Portland, Oregon
Restaurant: Por Que No Tacos, Portland, Oregon
Restaurant: Salt and Straw Ice Cream, Portland, Oregon
Restaurant: Cultured Caveman, Portland, Oregon
Restaurant: Bow Picker, Astoria, Oregon
Sightseeing: Ecola State Park
Sightseeing: Cannon Beach and Haystack Rock
Sightseeing: Hug Point
Restaurant: Sweet Basil’s Cafe, Cannon Beach, Oregon
Sightseeing: Vista House at Crown Point and Columbia River Gorge
Sightseeing: Latourell Falls
Sightseeing: Shepperd’s Dell Falls
Sightseeing: Multnomah Falls
Sightseeing: Horsetail Falls
Sightseeing: Hood River, Oregon
Restaurant: Solstice, Hood River, Oregon
Food Cart: Cicci’s Gelato, Hood River, Oregon
Restaurant: Bamboo Sushi, Portland, Oregon
Coffee/Tea: Townshend’s Tea Company, Portland Oregon
Sightseeing: Lan Su Chinese Garden, Portland Oregon
Sightseeing: Japanese Garden, Portland Oregon
Sightseeing: Portland Rose Garden Portland, Oregon
Shop: Powell’s Books, Portland, Oregon
Coffee: Stumptown Roasters, Portland, Oregon
Restaurant: Little Bird (and Le Pigeon) Portland, Oregon
Restaurant: Brooklyn House, Portland, Oregon
Spa: The Barefoot Sage, Portland, Oregon
Store: New Seasons Market, Portland, Oregon

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