เที่ยวพอร์ตแลนด์ โอเรกอน – A Guide to Portland, Oregon (EN)

After five fabulous days in Seattle, it’s time for us to pack our bags and make a move southward to our beloved city of Portland, Oregon. Our plan is to be totally unpacked and spend a whole month living an easy-paced vacation consisting a lot of eating, walking, dog-watching, reading and perhaps doing some tax-free shopping. 😀 Our transportation of choice, since we vow not to drive this time in the US, is, of course, the Amtrak train which takes about 3 hours. One thing about Amtrak is that if you book ahead enough, chances are that you could get the extra comfort of the business class at the price of the economy. So book ahead if you do...

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เที่ยวซีแอตเทิล – A Guide to Seattle (EN)

There’s something about the US Pacific Northwest that always keeps me going back for more. The wet and cold weather, for some people, can be sad and miserable, but for me, it drives my creativity like crazy and I feel comfortable listening to the rain. There’s nothing better than wandering around one of the US’ best historic port cities of Seattle, sampling their fabulous food and check out their neighbourhoods and well-preserved old town. This is a city of readers, bikers, artists, music enthusiasts, foodie and more. Check out our YouTube episode on Seattle that features the city’s top attractions and Mayflower Park historic...

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Etta’s Seafood, Seattle (EN)

With moderation ^-^ Washington state oysters at Etta's Seafood in Seattle A post shared by Ohhappybear (@ohhappybear) on Sep 4, 2013 at 6:10pm PDT I still got a little bit hung up on the taste of fresh seafood we had at Etta’s – a restaurant owned by Seattle’s chef celebrity, the much-praised and self-trained Tom Douglas who, with his wife Jackie Cross, now manages as much as 14 restaurants in Seattle and a farm in Prosser, Washington where they grew vegetables and herbs that are now used in all of his restaurants which make his places even more unique and impressive. Lovely dungerness crab salad A post shared by...

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