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									Friday, May 23
Delta confirmation #                                  CHM42P
Flight: Delta 0669
Departs: 7:45 pm from Atlanta
Arrives: 9:55 pm at Portland

Check into
       Hotel Address
       422 SW BROADWAY
       PORTLAND, OR 97205
       Telephone: 503-228-1212


1. Head northwest on NE Airport Way
2. Slight left toward NE Airport Way (signs for Long-Term Parking) - 0.3 mi
3. Turn left toward NE Airport Way - 0.1 mi
4. Slight left at NE Airport Way - 1.9 mi
5. Merge onto I-205 S via the ramp to Salem/Portland/I-84 - 3.1 mi
6. Take exit 21B to merge onto I-84 W/US-30 W toward Portland - 5.4 mi
7. Take the I-5 S exit toward Beaverton/Salem - 0.3 mi
8. Right at the fork, follow signs for City Center, and merge onto Morrison Bridge - 0.6 mi
9. Take the ramp onto SW Washington St 0.4 mi
10. Turn right at SW Park Ave 246 ft
11. Turn right at SW Stark St 259 ft
12. Turn right at SW Broadway
12.3 mi – about 21 mins

Hotel Vintage Plaza, has been called the
city’s most romantic accommodation.
Tucked into the shell of a 111-year-old
historic landmark imbued with an Italian
countryside theme, you’ll awaken to a
floral scent that drifts from a vibrant
bouquet (arranged through Geranium
Lake Flowers).

Cost Information
Avg. Nightly Rate: 151.00 USD

Confirmation Number: 1097591309
Saturday, May 24

8:00am – Wake Up
Call downstairs to have the car pulled around.
Drive to Multnomah Falls Lodge
(503) 695-2376

1. Head south on Broadway - 459 ft
2. Left at Alder St - 0.3 mi
3. Left (ramp) onto Morrison Bridge/I-84 E - 0.3 mi
4. Ramp onto I-84 E/US-30 E - 131 ft
5. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for The Dalles/I-84 E and merge onto I-84 E - 25.8 mi
6. Take exit 28 toward Bridal Veil/Hist. Columbia River Hwy. - 0.3 mi
7. Merge onto E Bridal Veil Rd - 0.3 mi
8. Slight left at Historic Columbia River Hwy – 3.0 mi

30.0 mi – about 37 mins

Have breakfast at the Lodge Restaurant.

                                  Walk around.
                                  Plummeting 620 feet from its origins on Larch Mountain,
                                  Multnomah Falls is the second highest year-round
                                  waterfall in the United States. Nearly two million visitors
                                  a year come to see this ancient waterfall.
                                  Fed by underground springs from Larch Mountain, the
                                  flow over the falls varies, usually it's highest during
                                  winter and spring.
                                  Multnomah Falls offers one of the best places in the
                                  Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area to study
                                  geology exposed by floods. Five flows of Yakima basalt
                                  are visible in the fall's cliff face.

Leisurely head back to Portland


Willamette Jetboat. The boat will rocket you up and down the river as well as cruise slowly
to allow you to kick back and take in Portland’s scenery. Eagles, blue herons, and other waterfowl may
join the festivities as you view the curves and shadows of eight bridges spanning the city’s two sides.
1945 SE Water Ave
1-888-538-2628 / (503) 231-1532
2:45 PM

Dinner at hotel.
Sunday, May 24

8:30am – Wake Up, head to Mother’s Bistro and Bar (#2
CitySearch for Best Breakfast, behind Original Pancake
       (By Foot): Turn right at SW Stark St
       Go 0.3 mi (about 3 mins)

9:00am reservations
212 SW Stark St
Portland, OR 97204

                                   Phone: (503) 464-1122
                                   Mother's Bistro & Bar serves up slow-cooked food in the heart
                                   of downtown Portland. Featuring authentic cooking from
                                   mothers around the world, signature dishes include pot roast,
                                   meat loaf, chicken and dumplings and crab cakes, as well as
                                   featured dishes from a different mother each month.
                                   Everything is made from scratch using the best possible
                                   ingredients--great salads, soups, homemade biscuits and
                                   desserts, too. In addition to the sunny dining room, the
                                   separate Velvet Lounge with chandeliers and gilded mirrors is
                                   perfect for a pre-or post-theatre cocktail.

Breakfast hours:
Closed Monday
Tues-Fri – 7:30am-2:30pm
Sat-Sun – 9:00am-2:30pm

10:30am – After breakfast, walk to River Place Marina.
 Continue walking SE on Stark Street to Naita.
 Cross Naita and walk South along the water 1.0 miles through Governor Tom McCall Waterfront
Enjoy in the variety of yachts and water fowl on the Willamette River.
Explore the shops along the waterfront.
At the marina’s southern edge, board the city’s colorful streetcar and experience the mode of inner-city
travel that began in 1872.

The streetcar will run every 13 minutes on weekdays
between 9:30am and 5pm. After 5pm & before
9:30am the trains run every 14-20 minutes. Saturday
service is every 13 minutes between the hours of
11am and 8pm with morning and evening service
every 15-20 minutes. Sunday service is every 15-20

Streetcars run on a 4-mile one-way route from Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital at
NW 23rd Avenue, on Lovejoy and Northrup, through the Pearl District and on 10th
and 11th Avenues to SW Mill and SW Market Streets, Portland State University
Urban Center, SW Harrison Street, RiverPlace, OHSU, the Aerial Tram and to a
                                terminus at SW Lowell & Bond at the South
                                Waterfront District.

                                          Adult fare: $1.70

                                          Hours of Operation
                                          5:30am – 11:30pm Monday through Thursday
                                          5:30am – 12:00am Friday
7:15am – 11:45pm Saturday
7:15am – 10:30pm Sunday

As you clickety-clack through the streets, note the variations in architecture and energy while a voice
keeps you posted about coming stops.

Disembark at 23rd Street, in the Nob Hill District. As you stroll through this upscale enclave, you’ll be
mesmerized by the restaurants and shops; most have been carved out of elegant old homes. Don’t
overlook 3 Monkeys, an eclectic curiosity shop.

Then it’s time to reboard the streetcar and take a reverse course to SW 11th and Main in the Cultural

Walk east on Main, past the towering trees and fragrant flower gardens lining the South Park Blocks. Pass
between the architecturally fascinating Center for the Performing Arts and the Arlene Schnitzer Concert
Hall, both cornerstone venues of Portland’s thriving cultural scene.

Hang a left on Broadway to the Heathman Restaurant & Bar inside the luxe Heathman Hotel.
1001 SW Broadway
Portland, Oregon 97205
Phone - 503.790.7752
While the Rose City prides itself on having a handful of the country’s finest chefs, each drawing from a
bevy of homegrown offerings and local catches, the Heathman’s Philippe Boulot earns top accolades from
the city’s movers and shakers. Begin with the oyster plate, and then have the truite Amandine (sautéed
trout with toasted-almond brown butter sauce, zucchini noodles, and mushrooms). To accompany this
treat, try one of Oregon’s highly acclaimed wines or sip a beer from one of the world-renowned local
microbreweries. Before departing, check out the hotel’s classic Old World lounge, where high tea is
served on most afternoons.

Walk NORTH on Broadway 6 blocks back to Hotel.

Change into “Smart Casual” clothes.

Depart hotel 6:50pm.
Head to Jakes Famous Crawfish
 Left on Stark St.
 Go 5 blocks (NW) to 12th Ave

Reservations at 7:15 (Open Table)

401 SW 12th Ave.
Portland, Oregon 97205
(503) 226-1419
Considered one of the top ten seafood restaurants in the nation, Jake's Famous
Crawfish has been a downtown Portland landmark for more than 114 years. Jake's
Famous Crawfish features more than 30 varieties of fresh fish and seafood flown in
daily, making a true Pacific Northwest statement using fresh Northwest products
and served in a traditional and timeless presentation. Enjoy salmon roasted on a
cedar plank or stuffed with crab, bay shrimp and brie; Oregon Dungeness crab;
great pastas, poultry dishes and excellent selection of aged steaks. The bar at
Jake's has been a popular gathering spot with visitors and locals alike for over 114
years. Enjoy hand-shaken cocktails made with fresh-squeezed juices or a selection
of local micro brews. Our wine list is extensive, including a featured list of Oregon
Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris, something for everyone to enjoy while visiting with
friends, family or business associates. Jake's Famous Crawfish -- A tradition for

Option #1 - Cap off your evening with a stroll up Broadway. Stop at Saucebox (2 blocks north of the hotel
at 214 Broadway and Pine -            -      ), a compact but inviting spot for dessert where a DJ plays a
mix of music. The place draws a crowd guaranteed to be electric.

Option #2 - - Bid farewell to Portland at the “Big Pink” tower. The 30th floor beckons you to its glass-
encased Portland City Grill. From your window seat in the grill’s spirited lounge,
a pianist provides a jazz-to-pop soundtrack for your brandy or port and dessert—the French mocha crème
brûleé and fresh banana petite eclairs are scrumptious.
Ste 3000, 111 SW 5th Ave (5 blocks from hotel)
Monday, May 26

Depart hotel by 8:00am and drive to RiverPlace
1510 SW Harbor Way
Three Degrees Restaurant
(complimentary valet parking)
Breakfast: 6:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Reservation: 8:00 a.m. (Open Table)

Depart restaurant for airport by 9:15 a.m.

Drive: 12.8 mi – about 21 mins

1. Head south on SW Harbor Way toward SW Mill St Circle 0.1 mi

2. Turn right at SW Montgomery St 115 ft

3. Turn right at SW Harbor Dr 0.2 mi

4. Turn right at SW Naito Pkwy 0.6 mi

5. Make a U-turn at SW Oak St 0.2 mi

6. Take the ramp to The Dalles/I-84 E/Seattle/I-5 N 0.1 mi

7. Merge onto Morrison Bridge 0.2 mi

8. Take the ramp to I-84 E/US-30 E 131 ft

9. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for The Dalles/I-84 E/US-30 E and merge onto I-84 E/US-30
E 6.6 mi

10. Take exit 8 to merge onto I-205 N/Veterans Memorial Hwy toward Seattle/Portland Airport
2.2 mi

11. Take exit 24A for Airport Way W toward Portland Airport 0.8 mi

12. Merge onto NE Airport Way 1.8 mi

To: Portland Int'l Airport

Flight: Delta 1288
Departs: 11:45 am from Portland, Oregon
Arrives: 7:22 pm at Atlanta, Georgia
Other ideas:
- Pearl District, a section that features old breweries that have been transformed into lofts, galleries,
eateries, and shops. Labeled by a local scribe as “hip, funky, and stylish,” the Pearl District will compel
you to roam its narrow, crisscrossing streets and alleys. Browse the appealing imports at Cargo on NW
13th Avenue and visit the tasteful, storybook interiors of Bon Chic on NW 10th.

- Portland Classical Chinese Garden on NW Third Avenue will be your next stop for the afternoon. As the
Chinese say, each visit will add permanent change to who you are.

Dinner at clarklewis (1001 SE Water Ave # 160,               -      ), recently named restaurant of the
year by The Oregonian. Situated on the Willamette River’s east side, where gorgeous architecture and hip
commerce pepper neighborhoods such as Alameda, Hawthorne, and Sellwood, clarklewis features a dark,
seductive atmosphere enhanced by glorious flavors from the kitchen. Order small portions of several items
and share.

After dinner head to Brasserie Montmartre (626 SW Park Ave – 3 blocks from hotel,                 -
     ), on Park Avenue for drinks, live jazz, and tableside magic. The excitement and mystique of
Brasserie Montmartre’s nightclub will have you feeling as if you’ve stepped into a Parisian café.

- Pittock Mansion, a public landmark poised on a northwest district hill. Briefly tour this early 20th-
century chateau-style home, and soak in a spectacular view of the city.

- International Rose Test Gardens, where you’ll pause for a brief walk through its fragrant varieties.
Then move on to the serene Japanese Garden. The inviting rainbow colors and gentle curves of the
Strolling Pond Garden encircle mystical pools that immerse you in calm.

 - Hhorse-drawn carriage. Sink into its open-air compartment and savor the night in 19th-century style up
one avenue and down another, along the river, and beneath the lights.

Optional (free reciprocal membership with Atlanta Botanical Garden):
       Hoyt Arboretum                                   Leach Botanical Garden
       4000 SW Fairview Boulevard                       6704 SE 122nd Avenue
       Portland, OR 97221                               Portland, OR 97290
       (503) 865-TREE                                   (503) 823-9503

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