We'll meet at a convenient location downtown and then head to Portland's Aerial Tram to capture some stunning photos of the city's skyline. After a short excursion in the clouds, we'll visit a rooftop in the Pearl District. There you can enjoy views of the unique architectural styles present in Portland, from a gold level sustainable rooftop, tastefully restored from a 1895 warehouse. The 3rd and final viewpoint takes place at a hotel in Chinatown, where you can order tea, coffee, beer or mimosa on the a captivating roof a 1881 former sailors boarding house. My weekly work schedule allows for flexibility and I am open to moving things around, so if you have a different time in mind, please don't hesitate to ask. *Depending on the size group we make take public transportation, Lyft or private car.
Bus tickets if needed. There will no additional costs outside the $35. I can also answer any questions about getting…
Portland Aerial Tram- Situated on the peak of Marquam Hill, this tram connects the South Waterfront to OHSU, Oregon's largest hospital. Pearl District- An iconic vintage building offering the green architecture that Portland is famous for. Building style reflects several distinct time periods, with an emphasis on sustainability. Chinatown- A former sailor's boarding house converted in 2013. The roof provides a stellar view.
Because the tour lasts three hours, I advise bringing a snack or a bottle of water. The price is at $35/per person to keep this experience affordable, but I do accept tips. :)