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Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) can be reached by using Interstate routes 78, 85 and 285.
Flight duration from ATL to Portland International Airport (PDX) is between five and seven hours, and upon arrival in Oregon, you will use interstate routes 84 and 205 or Highway 14 to get to the city center.
Washington Park includes several tourist attractions, including the International Rose Test Garden, a zoo and several noteworthy museums. The Columbia River Gorge Scenic Area covers almost 300,000 acres along the Columbia River and includes some impressive waterfalls, locks and mountains.
Waterfront Park stretches along the length of the Willamette River and includes the Oregon Maritime Museum and Skidmore Fountain, where a weekend marketplace is staged.
Powell’s City of Books is a shop that offers more than 1 million books for sale, while The Portland Japanese Garden covers a 6-acre expanse, with the Flat Garden, the Strolling Pond Garden and the Stone Garden being the most popular.
Portland experiences warm, dry summers and mild, wet winters. July through September is warmest, averaging about 80 degrees, but even during winter, temperatures don’t often dip to freezing. November through March is the wettest season, but even these months typically receive less than 5 inches of precipitation.