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- ByAirfarewatchdogKeep Portland Cheap: How to Spend Less & See MoreRegaled with tales of $28 dinner checks, no sales tax, epic happy hours and reasonably priced bike rentals, chances are you've come to Portland to find cool on a budget. It's not an urban myth – Portland can be remarkably affordable, once you're actually there and situated. First, there's the lodging question – rarely, if ever, is spending a night in Portland a bargain. And why, in a city where everyone is supposedly post-car, does a pricey rental car feel like such a necessity? (Portland, you will discover, sprawls far more than it likes to admit.) Furthermore, as you'll find, the city is becoming more expensive as it changes and grows, with the food scene far from immune to the same price creep now affecting the housing market. Still, for any of the blind corners faced here by the budget-conscious, it's still actually fairly easy to keep costs down. You just have to know how. Ready to see more and spend less on your next visit? Great – let's do this.7 items
- ByWine EnthusiastNew World Wine Destination: Willamette Valley, ORGuide: https://enth.to/NewWorld Willamette Valley’s Pinot Noir garnered early comparisons to Burgundy. Today, the region stands on its own, rather than as some replication of Europe. That evolution was driven by small producers, though big investment is on the rise. Still, green-and-tan patchwork blanket rolling hills, a mix of vineyards and agriculture punctuated by forest, remains a bucolic world apart.21 items