5 Fun, Free & Fascinating Sights in Portland
Another travel guide from the not-so-typical 5-Spot ebook travel series. This time the focus is on Portland and five of the fun and free places to visit while you’re there. You’ll learn about the Portland Saturday Market, Waterfront Park, The Grotto, Powell’s City of Books, and Forest Park. You can also view a YouTube video that shows photographs of the sights described in the book. More
'5 Fun, Free & Fascinating Sights in Portland’ is part of the 5-Spot ebook travel series. This is not your typical series and not your typical guide. Like other 5-Spot books, the Portland guide provides an intimate and often humorous perspective on the Portland Saturday Market, Waterfront Park, The Grotto, Powell’s City of Books, and Forest Park. You can use the guide to enhance your stay in Portland, or if you already live there, use it to become better acquainted with the city. If nothing else, the book gives you a great excuse to get out of the house and check out those places you’ve been meaning to get to since you moved there.
'5 Fun, Free & Fascinating Sights in Portland’ gives you a close-up and personal look at five free sights that are not only interesting and fun to visit, but are also popular with the locals. If you really want to feel what it’s like to be a part of the famous hip and happening Portland scene, you should visit those places popular with the people who live there. You might even get to know some of them, in all their diverse glory.
To see a preview of the places described in the book, you can view a YouTube video that shows photographs of each of the five destinations. The book includes a link to the 5-Spot web page, where you can connect to the current version of the video.
'5 Fun, Free & Fascinating Sights in Portland’, like all the books in the 5-Spot ebook travel series, is dedicated to the frugal, miserly, penny-pinching tourist in all of us. Each book in the series describes five fun and fascinating sights that are also, of course, free. And in today’s economy, free is not a bad way to go.