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Travel diaries // Portland: Part 3

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Outfit details
Jacket:
Target | Shirt: Target  | Shorts: ASOS  | Shoes: Vintage (Etsy) |
Earrings: TheGypsyFawn on Etsy

We got up early in the morning and ate breakfast at Pine State Biscuits before the 1.5 hour drive to Cannon Beach, which was rainy and cloudy but also beautiful and green. While we were finding parking,  we ran into a rabbit that was just chillin’ and eating grass (and later ran into 4 more!). If there are bunnies running around, you know it is a magical place.

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Afterwards, we headed back to the art district and just walked around and visited shops. They had really beautiful murals around and I took photos of some of my favorites.

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A really cute garden store!

I looked for some plus size clothing stores and came across Fat Fancy on Yelp and knew that it was a must to visit while I’m here. It has plus size vintage and modern clothing as well as many accessories. It was such a body positive space and the person working there was so sweet. I came out with a cute vintage floral shirt because I’m all about that.

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I really wanted to visit the Japanese Garden because I saw some great photos but it was closed so we checked out the International Rose Test Garden.

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Afterwards we explored the downtown area just as the Saturday Market was closing down :(. I bought some gifts for my boyfriend and we later had an early dinner at Podnahs where we had some tender brisket! Later that night we went to the bar right behind our hotel to watch the game and grab some cocktails and I had some beignets! Afterwards we went to the mall for some tax free shopping and I bought gifts for my friends. We ended the night waiting in the rain for about 45 minutes to get tickets to The Fear PDX, a haunted house. It was totally worth it though as it was probably the best haunted house I’ve been to. I thought it was five separate houses but it was more like one huge one with five different themes. I’m not going to lie, the first two “houses” I mostly closed my eyes. I loved how well made it was and it had spots where you had to squeeze through tight inflatable walls and spots where you had to crouch to get through. My favorite moment was we ended up outside and I thought we were done and a spotlight came on and a clown came and started dancing in the spotlight, leading us to the Carnage (carnival) portion of the haunted house.

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I loved Portland, especially how green and beautiful it was! I hope to be back some other time to explore more and do more Oregon hikes! ❤

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