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Hi! Will be in Portland for about 3 days for the first time, without a car, and want to know the best things to do. We will be there the first few days in august (2 adult, active, women) Some specific questions include:
1. Want to rent bikes one day- any great companies to do this through ? Any great routes?
2. Would love to go to a brewery one day-- any favorites?
3. Outside of the main touristy things you would see on a "top 10 things to do in Portland" list are there any hidden gems for a first timer?
4. And of course, where are the best places to eat! We are not fancy eaters but are adventurous-- we love seafood and would like to try anything that is a "specialty" for the area.

Thanks!

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