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American Airlines Flights from Los Angeles (LAX) to Portland (PDX)

Orbitz is pleased to offer airline tickets on American Airlines, which operates 6 regularly scheduled daily non-stop flights from Los Angeles (LAX) to Portland (PDX), departing between 6:30am and 8:40pm. Usually a Boeing 737 or Canadair Regional Jet 700 is flown for this route. The average travel time from Los Angeles, CA to Portland, OR is 2 hours and 24 minutes.

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During your Portland vacation, don't miss these great establishments and attractions:

Portland Saturday Market
The Portland Saturday Market (actually held on both Sat-Sun) is arguably the city's single most important and best-loved event. For years the Northwest has attracted artists and craftspeople, and every Saturday and Sunday nearly 300 of them can be found selling their creations here. In addition to the dozens of crafts stalls, you'll find ethnic and unusual foods and lots of free entertainment. This is one of the best places in Portland to shop for one-of-a-kind gifts. The atmosphere is always cheerful and the crowds colorful. Located at the heart of the Skidmore District, Portland Saturday Market makes an excellent starting or finishing point for a walk around Portland's downtown historic neighborhood. Don't miss this unique market. On Sunday, on-street parking is free.

Elk Rock Garden of the Bishop's Close
Set on a steep hillside above the Willamette River between Portland and Lake Oswego, this was once a private garden but was donated to the local Episcopal bishop of Oregon on the condition that it be opened to the public. The mature gardens are at their best through the spring and early summer. There's also an excellent view of Mount Hood from the grounds.

Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden
Nowhere do rhododendrons do better than in the cool, rainy Northwest, and nowhere in Portland is there a more impressive planting of rhodies than at Crystal Springs. Eight months out of the year this is a tranquil garden, with a waterfall, a lake, and ducks to feed. But when the rhododendrons and azaleas bloom from March to June, it becomes a spectacular mass of blazing color. The Rhododendron Show and Plant Sale is held here on Mother's Day weekend.


Make your reservations for discount hotel rooms in the Portland area, including:

Timberline Lodge
Constructed during the Great Depression of the 1930s as a WPA project, this classic alpine ski lodge overflows with craftsmanship. The grand stone fireplace, huge exposed beams, and wide plank floors of the lobby impress every first-time visitor. Details are not overlooked either. Woodcarvings, imaginative wrought-iron fixtures, hand-hooked rugs, and handmade furniture complete the rustic picture. Rooms vary in size considerably, with the smallest rooms lacking private bathrooms. However, no matter which unit you stay in, you'll be surrounded by the same rustic furnishings. Unfortunately, room windows are not very large, but you can always retire to the Ram's Head lounge for a better view of Mount Hood.

Downtown Portland's Imperial Hotel
Although it doesn't quite live up to its regal name, this remodeled older hotel across the street from the Benson is a good bet for moderately priced accommodations downtown. While the staff may be young and not as polished as those at more expensive hotels, they usually are good about seeing to guests' needs. Rooms are quite up-to-date, and the location can't be beat. The corner king rooms, with large windows, should be your first choice; barring this, at least ask for an exterior room. These might get a little street noise, but they're bigger than the interior rooms and get more sunlight (when the sun shines at all, that is). Free local calls are a nice perk.

Hotel Vintage Plaza
This hotel, which was built in 1894 and is on the National Register of Historic Buildings, is the place to stay in Portland if you are a wine lover. A wine theme predominates in the hotel's decor and there are complimentary evening tastings of Northwest wines. There are a wide variety of room types here, and though the standard rooms are certainly recommendable, the starlight rooms and bilevel suites are the real scene-stealers. The starlight rooms in particular are truly extraordinary. Though small, they have greenhouse-style wall-into-ceiling windows that provide very romantic views at night and let in floods of light during the day. The bilevel suites, some with Japanese soaking tubs and one with a spiral staircase, are equally attractive spaces.Pazzo Ristorante, one of Portland's best Italian restaurants, is a dark and intimate trattoria.


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