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Thumbnail for - You Can Start Planning Your Trip to Iceland
Starting next May, Icelandair will begin seasonal non-stop service from Portland to Reykjavik.
Thumbnail for - PDX Reveals New Lineup of Restaurants and Shops
Portland International Airport will open 11 new restaurants and shops by early next year, including a coastal classic.
Sep 12, 2014, 10:11am | 6 comments
Thumbnail for - Frankfurt, Now Just a Flugzeug Away
Condor Airlines begins non-stop service from Portland to one of Europe's major airports. Here's what to see during your layover.
Sep 9, 2014, 11:26am | 1 comment
Thumbnail for - Barrel Rolls! Stunts! Smoke! Supersonic Jets!
Featuring Canadian and US jets, the Oregon International Air Show returns to the skies on Sept 19.
Sep 8, 2014, 10:42am
Thumbnail for - 35 Reasons to Explore the Gorge this Fall
The Friends of the Columbia Gorge present 35 guided treks for everyone—families, couples and friends, and lone-adventurers.
Sep 8, 2014, 9:39am | 1 comment
Thumbnail for - Inside Astoria’s New Riverfront Brewpub Buoy Beer
Craft beer, fresh seafood, and front-row views of the Columbia combine with Astoria history in the North Coast town’s newest brewery.
Sep 2, 2014, 8:00am | 2 comments
Thumbnail for - Get Outside and Eat Before Summer's End
Liz Crain, author of the newly updated Food Lover's Guide to Portland, shares five fresh ways to forage and feast in the great outdoors.
Aug 26, 2014, 10:00am | 1 comment
Thumbnail for - Should I Stay or Should I Go? 5 Reasons to Make the Drive to Bumbershoot
Five acts you can only see at Seattle's three-day music, comedy, and theater festival (and three hotels to stay in while you're there). Aug 30–Sept 1
Aug 25, 2014, 12:56pm
Thumbnail for - Three Real Food Bars for Adventurous Omnivores
Power your next hiking, biking, or camping trip with protein bars that will bring out your inner caveman. (Or, I Ate Bugs and You Should, Too)
Aug 21, 2014, 3:00pm

Rachel Ritchie is a Boston native who loves a good road trip, takes a plunge in the Pacific whenever she can, and prefers her hiking boots good and dirty. Marty Patail grew up in the German Alps, where traffic routinely stopped for cows crossing the road—an avid traveler, he is ever in search of good food, out-of-the-way stays, and warm weather. Join them as they deliver travel news, tips, and itineraries from around the region and beyond, helping you get inspired to get away. Email Rachel / Email Marty

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