Our Oregon Honeymoon Compendium

So in case you missed all five blog installments of our honeymoon, here is the linkshare to all of them:

Our Honeymoon: Astoria, Oregon (Part 1) – We fly in to Portland, drive to Astoria, traverse the Astoria-Megler Bridge, go to Cape Disappointment, lunch at the Fort George Brewery, browse the shops in downtown Astoria, check in to the Cannery Pier Hotel, and have an Italian dinner.

Our Honeymoon: Astoria, Oregon (Part 2) – We explore all of Astoria (Astoria Column, Columbia River Maritime Museum, Bumble Bee Cannery Museum, Flavel House, Heritage Museum) and then some (Fort Stevens State Park and Fort Clatsop National Memorial)! We have some amazing fish and chips, visit the Goonies House, and see a rainbow!

Our Honeymoon: Driving Down The Oregon Coast From Astoria To Portland (Part 3) – The journey continues with our drive down the Oregon Coast, Cannon Beach, the Tillamook Cheese Factory, arriving in Portland, and VooDoo Doughnuts!

Our Honeymoon: Portland, Oregon (Part 4) – We have the best breakfast of the trip, visit Multnomah Falls, get our first taste of the Portland food truck scene, shop at Powell’s, and visit a few of the best breweries in Portland!

Our Honeymoon: Portland, Oregon (Part 5) – The journey concludes! But not before we have an action packed last day visiting the Portland Farmers Market, Portland Saturday Market, Pittock Mansion, a few more food trucks, the McMenamins Kennedy School, Hopworks Urban Brewery, and The Firehouse.

Also here are my favorite random pictures of Portland that really didn’t have a place in any of those posts. It’s just odds and ends; an idea of the local flavor. I miss it already.

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Author: Domestocrat

I'm a lady who enjoys photography, football, cooking, long drives with the windows down, This American Life, kettlecorn, hot yoga, pop punk, my nephews, my cat Reggie, and my home: Boston.

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