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    Prison Break Escape Room

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    So, you don't look so hot in orange, afterall. Who'd have thought? Oh, and the food! You expected so much more. Spare yourself a life of pink goo and terrible fashion, and bust your way out of the Big House! Immerse yourself in an exhilarating escape room game that puts your wits to work, and challenges your cool! The local mastermind has hatched a plan of escape, and with a life sentence ahead of you, you want in on the out. But without an official invite, you're going to have to put your own noggin to task! Scour your surroundings to piece together the plans of escape, and find the objects you need to bring it to fruition. Work with your friends, or pair up with strangers. With a success rate of much less than 50 percent, you're going to need all the help you can get! But don't drag your manacled feet! With only 60 minutes to crack the mystery, you've got to beat the clock, or do the time!
    Prison Break Escape Room

    2636 NW 26th Ave, Portland

    • Immerse yourself in an interactive adventure based on a prison escape
    • See how far your observational and critical-thinking skills will take you
    • Work your fellow game-players to make your escape before time is up
    • Spark your imagination with a nail-biting escape from reality
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    Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls Tour Including Multnomah Falls

    "Don't go chasing waterfalls; Stick to the rivers and the" Scruuurcshh (record skipping) Say what!?! TLC may have been the voice of a generation, but they got it wrong on this count. Chase waterfalls to your heart's content on this epic day long quest for the perfect fall. Experience the grandeur of the Columbia River Gorge, one of the United States' most photographed Natural Scenic Reserves. You'll drive along the oldest scenic highway in the US and stop at sweeping viewpoints, and flowing falls including one of the Seven Wonders of Oregon, Multnomah Falls. You'll also stop by the Columbia River's first electric dam, The Bonneville Lock and Dam. Explore the town of Cascade Locks and find a bite to eat before finishing out the tour with a trip to Center Museum which documents the history of the area. Head back to Portland with your thirst for waterfalls quenched. Warning'' No scrubs. Scrubs will get no love on this tour.
    Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls Tour Including Multnomah Falls

    downtown Portland hotels, Portland

    • Experience the grandeur of the Columbia River Gorge, one of the United States' most photographed Natural Scenic Reserves
    • Stop at Crown Point and look down on the Columbia River atop the remains of a lava flow that swept through the Gorge around 14-17 million years ago
    • Explore the town of Cascade Locks for lunch
    • Enjoy a day of surreal beauty and five scenic views of waterfalls
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    Argentine Tango (All Levels)

    They say it takes two to tango, but baby steps -- let's start with YOU. You are but one, but by the time you take this class you'll be moving so fast onlookers will think there are four of you. So become the Jamie Madrox of dance and step into the groove today. Argentine Tango is known to be a dance of passion and connection. A highly individualistic and improvisational dance, with endless possibilities in its intricately woven steps, this dance provides freedom for musical expression via movement through time. A true social dance, based on the art of leading and following, tango allows the opportunity for layers of connection, creating a lovely present moment Zen between dancers. Some say that tango should have a warning label for how highly addictive it is. Who are these "they's" and "some's?" They're spot-on, if you ask us.
    Argentine Tango (All Levels)

    7981 SE 17th Avenue, Portland

    • Discover the sensual steps and turns of one of the great social dances of all time
    • Practice leading and following to dance with partners of any skill level
    • Learn to make motions second nature so you can improvise on the fly and focus on fun
    • Experience the uplifting joy of dancing an expressive and energetic dance
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    Oregon Coast Day Trip: Astoria and Cannon Beach

    Spend a day along Oregon's gorgeous coastline, filled with dramatic headlands, beaches and historical lighthouses, on this tour from Portland. Visit the quaint town of Astoria, the site of one of the first American settlements west of the Rockies, and explore Cannon Beach, where you'll explore tide pools at Haystack Rock and enjoy free time to peruse shops and art galleries. You'll also learn about Oregon's maritime history and logging industry at two interesting museums with your guide. After pickup from your Portland hotel in the morning, travel by van or mini-coach north to Astoria, located on Oregon's western tip along the Pacific coast. First, visit the Astoria Column atop Coxcomb Hill, a historical site that was one of the first permanent American settlements west of the Rockies. Climb up the steps to the top and be rewarded with stunning views of the coastal town at the mouth of the Columbia River.

    You'll then visit the Columbia River Maritime Museum, where you and your guide will browse historical exhibits offering interesting information about the region's many shipwrecks, lighthouses, early European exploration, commercial fishing and the Coast Guard.

    You'll also see different kinds of vessels, both life-size and models, indoors and out on the actual Columbia River, the major river of the Northwest that has been an important route for transportation and commerce.

    Afterward, enjoy free time for lunch in Astoria (own expense) before driving south along the coast to Cannon Beach, where you'll see Haystack Rock, a designated marine sanctuary full of tide pools. Enjoy more free time here to shop, walk along the beach, and explore the shops and art galleries that fill this vibrant, charming town.

    On our return, you'll stop at Camp 18, a historical logging museum that offers a glimpse into the history of Oregon's important timber industry. You'll be dropped off at your Portland hotel in the evening.
    Oregon Coast Day Trip: Astoria and Cannon Beach

    Downtown Portland , Portland

    • Travel along Oregon's beautiful coast and visit the charming coastal towns of Astoria and Cannon Beach
    • Admire views of dramatic cliffs, beaches, lighthouses, forests and the Columbia River on a relaxing drive
    • Walk up Coxcomb Hill to the Astoria Column, site of one of the first American settlements west of the Rockies
    • Learn about Oregon's maritime history and logging industry at two museums with your expert tour guide
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    Meditative Floating Session

    Sensory deprivation tanks have been shown to have numerous health benefits over the years- so why not try it out with a good, hour-and-a-half float? Within the tank, you'll be kept afloat atop a few inches of Epsom-infused water, negating the sensation of weight. And, as the tanks are both sound and light proof, audio and visual stimulation will be denied as well. By not feeding these senses, you'll limit your brain's need to constantly analyze of the world around you. This will allow your creative neural processes to take center stage. In this sense, your experience will be somewhat akin to supercharged mediation, leading to insights and emotional balance. It may sound wacky- but really there's no sound at all.
    Meditative Floating Session

    4530 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland

    • Partake in a unique introspective experience within a sensory deprivation water tank
    • Induce creative thought processes, plus a meditative state of mind
    • Replenish and soften the skin with Epsom-infused waters
    • Gain the holistic health benefits of this special kind of meditation
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    Submission Grappling

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    Trying to improve your cage-fighting game? Hit the ground rolling with this submission grappling class for women! Ground fighting is one of the most crucial elements of mixed martial arts competition, as most fights tend to end up there pretty quickly. The same is often true in real world encounters, making its study likewise a great compliment to self-defense training. During this class, you'll learn the art of submission grappling, providing you with the ability to successfully out-maneuver foes, escape their attacks, and defeat them with superior body position, joint locks, and chokes. With study, you'll find that technique and leverage are far more important than superior strength. Elements you'll be learning are taken from judo, wrestling, and jiu jitsu. And no smelly guys -- always a bonus.
    Submission Grappling

    2512 SE Gladstone St, Portland

    • Learn the art of ground fighting during a girls-only class devoted to submission grappling
    • Pick up effective moves culled from such styles as judo, wrestling, and jiu jitsu
    • Find out how to outthink and defeat strong opponents with technique and leverage
    • Build confidence in your fighting skills while developing your strength, flexibility, and maneuverability
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    Haunted Pub Tour

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    The Old Town Historic District in downtown Portland is filled with beautiful old buildings and cobblestone streets. Lively with drinking establishments and restaurants today, 120 years ago Old Town was home to many of Portland's less savory episodes -- some would even go so far as to say "wicked and lawless." Moreover, it makes for the perfect stage for a Haunted Pub Tour. Join in on this year-round spine-tingling walking tour and hear first-hand accounts of recent paranormal encounters. In addition to (alleged) ghosts, your tour guide will regale you with stories from Portland's early days when Old Town was home to drug trades, gambling, and prostitution. Learn about the notorious "crimps," whose rampant kidnapping tactics earned Portland the dubious distinction of being known as the most dangerous port city of the western hemisphere in the 1890s.
    Haunted Pub Tour

    112 SW 2nd Ave, Portland

    • Hear first-hand accounts of recent paranormal encounters while sampling 7 award-winning local beers
    • Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city
    • Step back in time on a guided history tour
    • Visit the old Merchant Hotel, known as Portland's most haunted building
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    Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls Tour from Portland (PM)

    "Don't go chasing waterfalls; Stick to the rivers and the" -- Scruuurcshh (record skipping) Say what!?! TLC may have been the voice of a generation, but they got it wrong on this count. Chase waterfalls to your heart's content on this epic day long quest for the perfect fall. Experience the grandeur of the Columbia River Gorge, one of the United States' most photographed Natural Scenic Reserves. You'll drive along the oldest scenic highway in the US and stop at sweeping viewpoints, flowing falls, and Multnomah Falls Historic Lodge. You'll check out all of the best waterfalls as you wind your way through the woods. Stop by Wahkeena Falls, the most picturesque waterfall in the valley because of its spectacular alluvial fan. Check out the dams spanning the Columbia River and head to a local fishery to meet Herman, the 10 foot, 450 pound sturgeon. Head back to Portland with your thirst for waterfalls quenched Warning-- No scrubs. Scrubs will get no love on this tour.
    Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls Tour from Portland (PM)

    815 SW Park Ave, Portland

    • Experience the grandeur of the Columbia River Gorge, one of the United States' most photographed Natural Scenic Reserves
    • Stop at Crown Point and look down on the Columbia River atop the remains of a lava flow that swept through the Gorge around 14-17 million years ago
    • Swing by Wahkeena Falls, said to be the most scenic waterfall along the historic highway
    • Enjoy a day of surreal beauty and plenty of waterfalls
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    Multnomah Falls and Columbia River Gorge Tour

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    This scenic tour from Portland takes you into Oregon's stunning wilderness to view Multnomah Falls and the Columbia River Gorge. Enjoy panoramic views from Crown Point and Visit House on the Columbia River Gorge Highway before descending down to Latourell Falls, dramatic Multnomah Falls and Bonneville Dam. Learn about the area from your guide and follow the route of the Lewis and Clark Expedition on the way back to Portland. This 4-hour tour showcases the beauty of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area and the incredible diversity of scenery at Portland's doorstep! Your tour departs from Pioneer Square in downtown Portland in the morning. Hop aboard an air-conditioned coach and get ready for a beautiful 1-hour drive east to the Columbia River Gorge, which carves a spectacular corridor through the Cascade Mountains in Oregon and Washington. This vast canyon and its surroundings are designated as a National Scenic Area to protect the natural, cultural and recreational resources of the Columbia River Gorge. This area is home to a spectacular combination of landscapes, rare plants, wildlife, farmland, ancient Indian rock art and other sites, many of which you'll discover on your tour. Traveling along the historic Columbia River Gorge Highway, enjoy your guide's informative narration as you admire sweeping views from hundreds of feet above the Columbia River, stopping for photo opportunities at Crown Point and Vista House. Then descend along the highway loops on your way to pristine Latourell Falls, where you'll stop for 20 minutes to view the falls. Continue past Wahkeena Falls to Oregon's most famous natural attraction, Multnomah Falls. This dramatic waterfall is the tallest in Oregon and the second-tallest in the US! Stop here for 25 minutes to admire the dramatic, multi-tiered waterfall that is famous for its views, walkways and Great Depression-era lodge. Next, view the Oneonta Gorge and Horsetail Falls on your way to Bonneville Dam, a national historic site in the heart of the gorge. During your 30-minute stop here, learn about the amazing engineering feat of the damn and fish ladder at the visitor's center and admire the dam from the outdoor viewing area. Return to Portland along the river-level route of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Enjoy the unfolding panorama including Beacon Rock, Cape Horn and Rooster Rock, all sights first noted by the famous explorers over 200 years ago. You'll arrive back in Portland in the afternoon.
    Multnomah Falls and Columbia River Gorge Tour

    780 SW Broadway, Portland

    • Explore the beautiful Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area
    • Visit several waterfalls including famous Multnomah Falls, the second-tallest in the US
    • Admire the amazing engineering feat of the Bonneville Dam and the fish ladder
    • Follow the route Lewis and Clark took 200 years ago and learn about the area's history from an expert guide
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    Amazing Scavenger Hunt Portland

    A 3-hour, 2.4-mile scavenger hunt -- think you can hang? Begin your scavenger hunt at Pioneer Courthouse Square where you'll embark on your adventure! Complete your challenges as you pass some of the most iconic places, including Powell's Books and VooDoo Donuts. Plus, get easy directions using the Quest route on your phone! There's truly no better way to see Portland. Needless to say, this is one scavenger hunt that everyone walks away from as a winner.
    Amazing Scavenger Hunt Portland

    Pioneer Courthouse Square, Portland

    • Make your way through this invigorating scavenger hunt in Portland!
    • Take in the beautiful views as you travel through this great city
    • Compete with friends or roll solo to solve 18 challenges in 3 hours!
    • Leave with scenic photos, awesome selfies, and warm memories
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