100 Things to Do in Portland, Maine, Before You Die by Robert Witkowski

100 Things to Do in Portland, Maine, Before You Die

byRobert Witkowski

Kobo ebook | April 1, 2015

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The original, the authentic, the real Portland is in Maine. Settled in 1633 and officially named in 1788, Maine’s largest city has been influential in many key events in American history (including Oregon’s city being named after Maine’s Portland on a coin flip), and has managed to remain one of the great American seaport cities on the East Coast. First-time visitors are delighted to discover a “lovely city” when expecting a small fishing town, or a “charming town” when expecting an overwhelming city… but no one ever seems disappointed!

Noted as one of the “10 Most Underrated American Cities” by Condé Nast Traveller
and one of the “14 Most Underrated Places You’ll Really Want to Move To” by Buzzfeed, the eclectic mix of cosmopolitan city, working waterfront, creative economy, and historical and cultural center appeals to the millions who flock here. With a population of 66,000, what makes the city so surprising to so many is the amount of restaurants, theatres, museums, galleries, and performing arts available—rivaling cities more than ten times its size. But while Portland continues to receive national accolades, how much of the city is still unappreciated or unknown?

100 Things to Do in Portland, Maine, Before You Die is life beyond the guidebooks. It’s a glimpse of amazing events, food, activities, and secrets, many of which are even unknown to locals. Cities may be visited and experienced, but the goal is to live in them. And you really need to live before you die… at least 100 times. 

Title:100 Things to Do in Portland, Maine, Before You DieFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:April 1, 2015Publisher:Reedy Press, LLCLanguage:English

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