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An idea for a new train line may get you from Portland to Vancouver in less than half the time it would take to drive. The Cascadia Rail has a... Read More

You don’t have to settle for vanilla any longer.A sweet, frosty ice cream cone is a quintessential dessert, but if you’re an adventurous foodie, you... Read More

When my family visited Portland, Oregon, a couple months ago, we spotted the city's new electric scooters everywhere. So, after walking around and... Read More

Even though Prohibition is long over, people’s love for vintage-themed bars is at an all-time high. Speakeasies are no longer a thing of... Read More

Nothing says good morning like a great cup of coffee.And while there are coffee shops that can do the job on seemingly every corner, some are simply... Read More

Craft brewing is a huge part of life in Oregon, and Portland actually has more breweries per capita than any other city in the world. The entire state... Read More

The Willamette Valley, located in Oregon, is a 150-mile stretch from the Columbia River in the north all the way down to Eugene in the South. Known for... Read More

School is back in session and pumpkin spice lattes are officially being sold, but that doesn’t mean you have to pack up your bags and head home until... Read More

There may be many reasons you want to go back to 2008. But if your sense of nostalgia is rooted in the fact that that was the year the first “Twilight”... Read More

It can be tough to stay in touch with family — busy lives and hectic schedules can get in the way of seeing each other as much as we'd like. That’s why... Read More

A collective of mountain towns in the west is launching “Pledge for the Wild” this week. The campaign — which includes the cities of Bend, Oregon;... Read More

There is a European destination for every travel palette. The honeymooners are in Positano, the art lovers are at Musée d'Orsay in Paris, the hikers are... Read More

There's a romance to train travel — the leisurely pace of a rail trip compared to the hustle of an airport or a crowded highway encourages you to relax.... Read More

Flying domestic should be fairly painless, right? Travel + Leisure readers agree, and they’ve come to a consensus that the best domestic airports are... Read More

Unspoiled natural settings, crisp air, and a plethora of outdoor activities were among Travel + Leisure readers’ top considerations when voting for the... Read More

Travel + Leisure readers know you don’t have to whip out your passport to check into one of the finest resort hotel destinations in the world. From the... Read More

It might be difficult (and expensive) to book a week-long last-minute 4th of July vacation, but it’s not too late to plan a quick trip to somewhere... Read More

And just like that — it’s time to plan your Fourth of July getaway.Memorial Day is behind us, and summer holidays are booking up fast. In fact, there’s... Read More

Thanks to its supposed calming and anti-inflammatory effects, cannabidiol, better known as CBD, seems to be appearing in everything these days, from... Read More

August arrives with the feeling that summer is moving along too quickly, or for some who don’t enjoy the hot weather of their hometowns, too slowly. In... Read More

Memorial Day weekend may mark the unofficial start of summer, but for those living in the western mountains, it’s clear that winter isn’t quite over.... Read More

If you haven’t already planned your Memorial Day getaway, it’s not too late. You can still get out of town for a perfect weekend escape.Yelp has... Read More

Craving some adventure this summer? The notion of a solo trip might be a bit overwhelming at first, but once you get past the initial fear of traveling... Read More

Trying new foods is an essential part of going on vacation — but, if you’re not careful, it can also be a big money drain.Luckily for hungry travelers,... Read More

Update: Feb. 26, 1 p.m. EST: After being stranded for 36 hours, the Amtrak train is finally moving again, CNN reported. A Union... Read More

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