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Planning a Trip to Portland, Oregon

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My husband and I are planning a trip to Portland in August for 5 nights. We currently have a reservation at the Hotel Monaco in downtown Portland. I'm reading good and bad reviews about it though. Any thoughts on that or recommendations of other places to go within or slightly below that price range ($314/night)? It seems downtown is closer to the sights which is why we chose it. We love to eat out and could use advice on that as well? Casual, fun places are more our style. What is the best way to get around Portland--metro---or do we need to rent a car? Suggestions on fun things to do there are also welcome. We are not hikers/bikers---like seeing the sights and mingling with the people.

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