Portland, OR The Portland Saturday Market is an outdoor arts and crafts market. It is the largest continuously operated outdoor market in the US. The Market is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Portland, drawing an estimated one million people and annual sales of ten million. We think many come just for the food. Every nationality possible has a food stand. The smells are marvelous. There is an interesting place just on the edge of the Market. It is a little hole in the wall and has huge lines going down the block at any time of the day. Voodoo Doughnut is known for its unusual doughnuts, the eclectic decor of its shops and its iconic pink boxes which feature the company's logo and drawings of voodoo priests. In addition to doughnuts, Voodoo Doughnut offers legal wedding services, complete with doughnuts and coffee for the reception. The Los Angeles Times noted that Voodoo is an international tourist attraction. Just a few of the doughnut options: Voodoo Doll, Bacon Maple Bar, Captain my Captain (includes Captain Crunch), Mango Tango - filled with mango jelly and topped with vanilla frosting - and Tang! Didn't know they still made Tang. We also visited The Chinese Garden (a family residence) and Powell's Book City - the largest independent used and new bookstore in the world. It occupies a full city block, is 3 stories high, has its own parking garage and buys around 3000 used books a day. We loved it.