Wednesday, July 6, 2011
What is there to do in Portland Oregon during Amway WWDB Duncan Family Reunion 2011?
Seeing as how I did a travel blog about the things one can do in
Boise instead of attending Puryear Family Reunion 2011 I thought it was only fair to investigate ’s tourist attractions that one can go to instead of attending the Duncan Family Reunion 2011. Portland
If I can find out who Nelsen is and what city they’re holding their family reunion I’ll give the tourism in that town a boost too.
A Google search tells me that
has a lot of museums and Oriental inspired gardens and parks. Not really my thing but certainly if someone held a gun to my head and told me to choose between going to the Amway WWDB Family Reunion or a museum, I’d go to the The Hat Museum. Admission is $15, way cheaper than being bored to death by a bunch of aging Diamonds ripping off IBO’s. Portland
No one will want to miss the
. Its in the store window of a shop in Church of Elvis Chinatown. Has a coin operated movie that you can plug from the sidewalk. So I’d call it nearly free. Spooky coincidence that the poor bastards attending Family Reunion will also be up and about pretty much 24 hours a day because the brainwashing techniques work better on sleep deprivation. I’d rather hear what the movie has to say at 2 in the morning than the sack of shit Platinum! Church of Elvis
House Spirits Distillery tour and tasting. Yummy! Have to be 21. There is a fee for tasting but if you buy a bottle it will be waived. This will make you forget about those nasty Amway IBO’s!
Widmer Brothers Brewing Free tour. Free beer. Need I say more?
The Oregon Zoo Adult admission is $10.50. A little cheaper for other age groups. It’ll be fun to visit the bear exhibit and imagine feeding your upline to the grizzlies!
For anyone really interested in visiting
and doing tourist attraction things see Trip Advisor http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attractions-g52024-Activities-Portland_Oregon.html#TtD for suggestions. Most attractions are museums and parks. Portland, Oregon
As best as I could figure out
does not have a water park. There are 3 or 4 within a 2 hour drive of the city. Portland
July? No water park? Yikes! Can anyone say find a hotel with a swimming pool?