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11 days with Alexander+Roberts  Rating: Deluxe

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River Cruise Itinerary
Day 1 – Welcome to Portland
On arrival at the Portland Airport, you’ll be met and escorted to our inviting modern hotel set in an historic 1912 landmark in the heart of Portland. This evening, gather with your fellow travelers for dinner at Mother’s Bistro & Bar. Under the direction of Chef Lisa Schroeder, this inviting bistro is esteemed for its traditional homemade dishes – prepared with both modern slow-cooking methods and classical techniques. The menu changes regularly as Chef Schroeder sources seasonally available ingredients that reflect the bounty of the Pacific Northwest like wild-caught salmon and farm-to-kitchen produce. (D)

Day 2 – From Portland to the Orgeon Coast
Our day begins with a tour of the landmarks and districts that have made Portland one of America’s most popular cities – with both visitors and transplants from across the country. We’ll start with Pittock Mansion. Built 102 years ago for one of Oregon’s early and most influential families, this French Renaissance style chateau offers terrific views of the skyline and is a great place to gain insight into how Portland has become the vibrant city it is today. We’ll return to the city center to see Pioneer Square and other popular neighborhoods including the Pearl District and riverfront. At Washington Park and the International Test Rose Garden, you’ll see why Portland has earned its reputation as a city that offers both urban appeal and nature at its best.
After your city tour, we’ll head deeper into the lovely Willamette Valley to sample the wines of Oregon’s esteemed wine country – including award-winning Pinot Noir and other Willamette Valley varietals like Pinot Gris and Pinot Blanc.  Leaving the river valley behind, we’ll make our way through the spectacular, deeply forested slopes of the Oregon Coast Range to Lincoln City where we’ll pick up the 101 Coastal Highway. The scenery this afternoon will be breathtaking as we make our way along rugged cliffs and scenic shores – the Pacific Ocean on one side and mountain forests on the other. Places like the Otter Crest Loop and Yaquina Head Lighthouse offer particularly wonderful photo opportunities.
Tonight you’ll dine at Tables of Content, a family-style restaurant under the direction of Co-Chefs Nanci Courtney and Rowan Lehrman – one of the original founding owners of the nationwide Panini Bakery. Offering just one seating each night, this intimate venue is renowned for its seasonal menu featuring farm-to-table produce, fresh locally-caught seafood, and Oregon artisanal cheeses. Set high on a bluff with spectacular private-balcony views of the Pacific Ocean and Oregon coast, the charming Elizabeth Street Inn in Newport, OR will be your home for the night. (B+D)
Day 3 – Eugene + Our Special Winemakers Evening
After breakfast, we’ll continue our scenic journey down historic Highway 101, passing over several impressive bridges designed by Conde B. McCullough, the pioneering American engineer behind five major bridges along 101. Stopping at Sea Lion Caves, a private wildlife preserve and bird sanctuary, we’ll discover the largest coastal sea cave in America and a year-round habitat and rookery for hundreds of Stellar sea lions. It’s a scenic spot to observe and learn about the flora, fauna and geology of America’s Northwest coast. This afternoon we’ll head into Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, a pristine 40-mile long expanse of coastal sand dunes – the largest in North America. Setting out in an open-top buggy with a professional driver is a thrilling way to take in the spectacular scenery.
From the coast, we’ll head inland to Eugene – a vibrant university town that’s been a leader in the wine and culinary scene of the American Northwest. On arrival, you’ll have time to browse in the 5th Street Market, a delightful collection of local shops and boutiques. Then check in to the Excelsior Inn, an historic century-old landmark in the heart of town. There will be time to relax and refresh before our specially arranged Winemakers Evening Experience at Excelsior’s Ristorante Italiano.
Under the direction of Chef Owner Maurizio Paparo, this exceptional restaurant has been a pioneer in Oregon’s Slow Food Movement. Its authentic Italian dishes are meticulously prepared with the finest locally-sourced products including eggs, herbs and vegetables from the inn’s own organic farm. Beautifully presented and attentively served, each course of your congenial dinner is accompanied by wine pairings selected and presented by an accomplished winemaker from one of Oregon’s finest vineyards. (B+D)
Day 4 – The Oregon Garden + Board the American Empress 
We’ll head north after breakfast to visit the Oregon Garden, where you’ll find unique specialty gardens showcasing the botanical wealth and diversity of the Pacific Northwest. With our expert guide, your visit encompasses the most interesting and beautiful areas of this 80-acre complex which includes a Sensory Garden, Wetland Habitat and a fascinating collection of miniature conifers. Sit down to lunch in the garden’s café before touring the Gordon House. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, it is a wonderful reflection of his vision to design homes that are both in harmony with nature and affordable for American families of varying means. Even today, it continues to inspire the growing modern architectural movement toward smaller homes.
Return to Portland and cross the river to Vancouver, Washington where the American Empress awaits. Settle in to your outside stateroom and then gather with your fellow passengers for dinner in the Astoria Dining Room as we set sail up the scenic Columbia River. Featuring the bounty of the Pacific Northwest, your evening meals onboard will be accompanied by free-flowing wine and beer. (B+L+D)
Day 5 – Astoria, Oregon
Regarded as the oldest American settlement west of the Rocky Mountains, Astoria is a vibrant town with a rich and colorful history… For thousands of years, the region was the home of Clatsop Indians. In 1805, Lewis and Clark led their expedition through town and wintered nearby at Fort Clatsop. The British Navy arrived aboard a warship in 1813 and gained possession of Astoria until 1818, not fully leaving the area until 1846! With so much history against a backdrop of abundant natural beauty, there’s so much for you to discover today here in Astoria!
After breakfast, you’ll find our fleet of comfortable motorcoaches waiting at the pier to take you and your fellow passengers on a narrated tour through town. With entry included, you can step off the coach when and where you like – to visit any of these sites that catch your interest:
Astoria Riverwalk: Stretching for four miles along the beautiful Columbia River, this paved walkway connects the restaurants, breweries, cafes, museums, shops and historic canneries of Astoria. Passing under the Astoria-Megler Bridge, the largest truss bridge in the world, it’s a wonderful way to experience Astoria’s vibrant spirit and picturesque setting.

Flavel House and Carriage House Museum: Experience a slice of Astoria’s rich history as you explore this elegant 11,000-square-foot mansion and the adjacent Carriage House Museum and Visitor’s Center. Built in the late 1800’s for Captain George Flavel, a Columbia River bar pilot and one of the town’s first millionaires, the house stands as an outstanding example of Queen Anne architectural style.
Astoria Column:  Intrepid guests can ascend the 164-step spiral staircase to the top of this century-old landmark for sweeping views of the Columbia River, Young’s Bay and the Coast Range. On a clear day, you can even see the Pacific Ocean in the distance. Or you can remain on the ground and admire the ornate murals that adorn the tower.
Heritage Museum: Located within Astoria’s handsome neoclassical Old City Hall building, this outstanding regional museum showcases the history and culture of Oregon and the Columbia River Valley. Permanent and alternating exhibits include photographs and artifacts that explore the region’s natural history, indigenous Native American cultures, stories of early immigrants and settlers, and important maritime events.
After exploring at your own pace, you can board the next coach to continue your touring or return to ship. In addition to our complimentary shore excursion program, the American Empress also offers these Premium Excursions which you can book to enhance your visit here in Astoria:
+ Lewis and Clark Experience: Tracing the history of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, this guided sightseeing tour begins at the Middle Village – Station Camp, where the Corps of Discovery spent 10 days in November 1805. Moving on to the next stages of the Expedition, you’ll also visit the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center at Cape Disappointment – where the Columbia River flows into the Pacific. At the Lewis and Clark National Historical Park – Fort Clatsop, you can peruse more interesting exhibits, view films outlining the historic journey, and explore this faithful replica of the fort built by the Corps of Discovery as their winter encampment.  4-hour guided tour with pick-up and drop-off at the ship | $74 per person 

+ Zip Lining Adventure: No experience is required for this thrilling, guided excursion into the lush green forests of Oregon. Complete instruction and gear are provided before you set out along a course of eight lines that allow you to zip high above the ground through the forest canopy. The truly adventurous can zip over the lakes and even choose to take an underwater dunk as you soar by! 4-hour guided adventure with pick-up and drop-off at the ship | $138 per person  (B+L+D)
Day 6 – The Dalles, Oregon 
Fascinating narration on today’s included excursion delves into the history of the region’s Native American people who would gather here along the river bank to trade. You’ll also learn about the town’s pioneer-days heritage as the end of the Oregon Trail. Step off the motorcoach as you wish to explore any of these places – and then board the next coach to continue your touring:
Columbia Gorge Discover Center & Museum: Built of stone, timber and glass, the Discovery Center is a winner of the American Institute of Architects Honor Award. Once inside, you’ll find a variety of innovative, multimedia interactive exhibits designed to inspire your appreciation of the region’s natural and cultural treasures. Paved walking trails offer spectacular views of the Columbia Gorge, and you can also visit the Center’s Raptor Interpretive Program where live raptor shows demonstrate the majesty of these amazing birds of prey.
Original Courthouse Museum: Set inside an historic courthouse building built in 1859, this fine regional museum showcases the history and culture of the town and its surrounding region. In 1854, The Dalles was designated as the seat of Wasco County; covering 130,000 square miles between the Cascade Mountains and the Great Divide in the Rockies, this was on of the largest counties ever formed in the United States. In addition to the exhibits, you can simply explore this landmark building which also served as a public meeting space, church and seat of law for the county.
Fort Dalles Museum and Interpretive Center: Set on the grounds of a 19th-century military base, this is one of the oldest museums in the American West – founded in 1905. In addition to exhibits of military and pioneer artifacts, you’ll find a unique collection of antique vehicles including a stage coach, covered wagon and surreys.
The Dalles Fire Museum: Located inside City Hall, this small but fascinating museum includes antique fire engines, rare archival photos and antique fire-fighting gear.
Sunshine Mills Winery: Wheat was milled here on this property for more than 130 years and at one point it its history, the wheat was used to make Cheez-Its! Today, this historic wheat mill houses a state-of-the-art boutique winery. Explore the grounds and enjoy a tasting of its fine wines.
The Dalles Commercial Historic District: Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the historic downtown area offers myriad boutiques, cafes, and historic buildings to enjoy at your own pace. In addition, you can admire 15 murals that depict significant events in the history of The Dalles. Thirteen of these murals have a “Voice Box” that allow you to hear colorful stories about the city’s history.
The Dalles Area Chamber of Commerce: This is a great place to start if you’d like to explore more of this inviting town at your own pace. A friendly staff and plenty of printed materials are available to acquaint you with the best places in town for a meal, a glass of wine or some shopping. (B+L+D)
Day 7 – Stevenson, Washington
Today finds you in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge Scenic Area – on the northern shores of the Columbia River against a backdrop of forested hills that rise toward rugged mountain peaks. Step off the American Empress and board one of our waiting motorcoaches. As before, you can get off the bus to explore any of these sites at your own pace. Then simply join the next coach to continue your touring or return to ship:
Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center: This regional museum reveals the human stories and natural history of this breathtakingly beautiful region. You can learn about modern-day industry throughout the Gorge, delve in to the long history and cultural traditions of the region’s indigenous peoples, and maybe even catch an under-the-water glimpse of salmon passing through the fish ladders.
Bonneville Dam: Enjoy a self-guided tour through the powerhouse of this hydro-electric dam, completed in 1938. You’ll learn about its construction and the many obstacles caused by the region’s unique geology. Experience firsthand the operation of the Dam’s two hydro-electric powerhouses, among the largest and most powerful in the country, and see the ingenious apparatus that allows the river’s salmon population to thrive in the Salmon Ladder Viewing Area.
Downtown Stevenson: You can also explore the central district of Stevenson at your own pace. Amidst historic buildings and abundant gardens, you’ll discover an inviting ensemble of antique shops, boutiques and specialty retailers.
The American Empress also offers these Premium Excursions which you can book to enhance your sojourn here in the Columbia River Gorge:
+ Ultimate Pacific Northwest Experience: This full-day guided excursion takes you into some of the most beautiful landscapes in America. The tour begins at Multnomah Falls, a breathtakingly beautiful natural wonder. Then tour the Bonneville Lock and Dam before embarking on a scenic 35-mile drive. Known as the Fruit Loop, this overland journey winds through the fertile valleys that wrap around the towering peaks of Mt. Hood and Mt. Adams. This is a bountiful region of orchards, vineyards, farms and fruit stands, and our drive brings you to Parkdale Grange where you’ll savor the fruits of the region at a local restaurant. Continue to the Mt. Hood Winery for a tasting of their fine vintages – and glorious views from their back deck. Before returning to ship, you’ll stop at the historic Timberline Lodge in the shadow of Mt. Hood, the site of a memorable 1937 speech by President Franklin D. Roosevelt.  8.5-hour guided sightseeing tour with pick-up and drop-off at the ship | $106 per person

+ Multnomah Falls, Vista House + The Old Scenic Highway: Traveling along a particularly lovely stretch of the famed Old Scenic Highway, built in 1913, this guided sightseeing tour begins with a stop at the Women’s Forum State Scenic Viewpoint where you can admire and photograph one of the region’s most iconic vistas. Next up is Vista House; set on the aptly named Crown Point, 700 feet above the Columbia River, this spot offers yet another dramatic view of the landscapes. Then visit Multnomah Falls, Oregon’s tallest cascade, before continuing your drive along the Old Scenic Highway back to the American Empress. 3.5-hour guided sightseeing tour with pick-up and drop-off at the ship | $53 per person 

+ Catch-of-the-Day Fishing Adventure: Join an experienced local fishing guide aboard a private boat for this adventure onto the Columbia River. Enjoy the captivating beauty of the surrounding scenery as you cast your line and wait for that tug. The Columbia River is home to the largest White Sturgeon population in North America and is also a thriving habitat for Chinook salmon as well as Steelhead, Coho and Walleye. These fish runs vary throughout the year, but there is always an abundance of fishing opportunities in these waters. 4-hour excursion with pick-up and drop-off at the ship | $212 per person including all fishing gear and bait 

Back onboard the American Empress, you’ll enjoy another congenial dinner featuring the fresh bounty of the American Northwest and free-flowing wine and beer. (B+L+D)
Day 8 – Richland, Washington
Situated at the confluence of the Yakima and Columbia Rivers, Richland is in the heart of a diverse area where World War II history, Native American heritage, Pioneer stories and unusual geology come together. Hop aboard one of our waiting motorcoaches to explore the area attractions at your own pace. When you’re ready to move on, another coach will soon appear to take you to the next place – or back to ship. Here are the stops featured on today’s route:
The REACH: This interpretive center showcases the people of the region as well as the natural wonders of the Hanford Reach National Monument – established in 2000 to preserve the historical, ecological and scientific importance of the last free-flowing section of the Columbia River. Through unique indoor/outdoor exhibits, you can learn about the region’s Native Americans, the Lewis and Clark expedition, the history of the Northern Pacific Railroad, and more.
Downtown Richland: Spend some time taking in the many attractions of this friendly town. You’ll certainly want to explore at your own pace along Richland’s Riverfront Walking Trail. Extending for nearly 15 miles along the Columbia, this paved trail offers an easy way to discover the town and its surrounding scenery. Unique shops, locally-owned galleries and wonderful eateries are also waiting to be explored in town.
Our Premium Excursion can also be booked to explore another facet of the region:
+ Pendleton Woolen Mills + The Wild West: This guided sightseeing tour begins with a visit to the Tamastslikt Cultural Institute, a unique interpretive center that explores the history and celebrates the cultural traditions of the Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla Tribes – people who have lived in the region for more than 10,000 years. Continuing to Pendleton, Oregon, you’ll discover a town that has earned its reputation of embodying the “Real Wild West”! After touring the Pendleton Woolen Mills and Factory Outlet Store, you’ll enjoy a hearty lunch at the iconic Hamley Steakhouse. With some leisure time, you can explore Pendleton at your own pace – strolling along Main Street lined with bronze statues and browsing in shops that specialize in traditional Western gear including saddles, hats and boots. Then explore the colorful 100-year history of the country’s largest 4-day rodeo at the Pendleton Round-Up Hall of Fame.  7.5-hour guided sightseeing tour with pick-up and drop-off at the ship | $85 per person (B+L+D)

Day 9 – Another Day in Richland, Washington
This is a great day to explore the history of Lewis and Clark and the Corps of Discovery. Learn more as you travel aboard our private coaches and then hop off to explore the sites – with all entry fees included. Another coach will soon appear when you’re ready to move on or return to ship:
The REACH: This interpretive center showcases the people of the region as well as the natural wonders of the Hanford Reach National Monument – established in 2000 to preserve the historical, ecological and scientific importance of the last free-flowing section of the Columbia River. Through unique indoor/outdoor exhibits, you can learn about the region’s Native Americans, the Lewis and Clark expedition, the history of the Northern Pacific Railroad, and more.
Sacajawea State Park: In a picturesque spot at the confluence of the Columbia and Snake Rivers where Lewis and Clark camped in October 1805, the Park’s interpretive center explores the history of Lewis and Clark through the experiences of Sacagawea, the Shoshone woman who accompanied the expedition. The Park itself spans 284 acres with more than 9,000 feet of picturesque shoreline that offers great views of the Columbia and Snake converging into one mighty river.
Franklin County Historical Society and Museum: Situated in an historic 1910 landmark that was part of Andrew Carnegie’s worldwide library-construction program, this small but well-curated museum presents the history of Richland and the surrounding area. The structure itself has been beautifully refurbished to its original turn-of-the-century grandeur.
If you wish, you can also join one of our featured Premium Excursion:
+ Wine and Spirits on Red Mountain: This guided journey through the Red Mountain Viticulture Area takes you into the beautiful countryside to visit wineries, vineyards and distilleries. Tastings of the fine wines and spirits that distinguish the picturesque Yakima Valley and Red Mountain area are paired perfectly with locally-sourced fruits and snacks. At each location, you will also have the opportunity to purchase the wines and spirits that you’ve sampled.  3.5-hour guided excursion with pick-up and drop-off at the ship | $74 per person 

+ Kayak Adventure: Tandem and solo-kayaks are available for this expedition down the Columbia and Yakima Rivers. With our expert guide leading the way, you’ll venture into a majestic landscape of rolling fields interspersed by soaring cliffs and bluffs. Great blue herons are often observed at water’s edge; high above, you might see hawks and ospreys riding the wind currents. Beaver dams and grazing deer are other natural wonders native to the area. Along the way, you’ll step ashore on Bateman Island, a picturesque spot mentioned in the journals of Lewis and Clark. 2.5-hour guided excursion with pick-up and drop-off at the ship | $74 per person (B+L+D)

Day 10 – Clarkston, Washington
Choices abound on today’s sightseeing route here in Clarkston, a scenic inland port nestled at the confluence of the Snake and Clearwater Rivers. You’ll learn more about the history and highlights of the area as you ride aboard one of our comfortable motorcoaches. With entry included, you can step off to explore any of these sites and attractions. When you’re ready to continue, another motorcoach will soon be on its way:
Nez Perce National Historical Park: The Nimiipuu or Nez Perce lived in the prairies and valleys of Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington long before the arrival of European settlers on the shores of North America. This outstanding National Historical Park was established in 1965 to showcase the contributions and achievements of the Nez Perce and to help protect and preserve their sites, artifacts, culture and stories.
First Territorial Capitol Interpretive Center: Dedicated in 2013, this landmark structure in Lewiston is a faithful replica of Idaho’s first territorial Capitol building. It was meticulously built with vintage 150-year-old and traditional carpentry methods including handmade windows and rough-sawn lumber for the walls, floor and ceiling. Today, it’s a walk-through museum that explores the history of the region.
Bridablik/Schroeder House: Set on a hill overlooking downtown Lewiston, this historic 1906 home was built by James Arnot for a local merchant who named it Bridablik – which translates from Norwegian as “house with a broad view”. Now the winner of several historic-preservation awards, your tour of this landmark building will be led by an engaging guide in turn-of-the-century garb.
Nez Perce Historical Society and Museum: Set in a 1937 structure built by the Works Progress Administration, this local museum showcases the history and heritage of the region – from the Nez Perce Indians and Lewis and Clark expedition through the modern day. Archival photographs and artifacts also tell compelling stories about Lewiston’s founding, the arrival of the railroad and the history of navigation along the Snake River.
Lewis and Clark State College Center for Arts & History: This 12,000-square-foot exhibition and cultural center is set in an 1884 building originally occupied by the Vollmer Great Bargain Store and now on the National Register of Historic Places. Permanent and rotating exhibits showcase the people, arts and culture of the Pacific Northwest.
Guests with a taste for adventure might instead opt for one of our Premium Excursions:
+ Hells Canyon Scenic Jet Boat Adventure: Approved by the U.S. Coast Guard, our comfortable jet boats promise a thrilling journey into Hells Canyon – the deepest gorge in North America! Sit back and enjoy the scenery as our professional licensed captain takes you along the Snake River into this remarkable mountain landscape. Learn about the history and geology of the river gorge and keep your eyes peeled for big horn sheep and other indigenous species. Along the way, a stop at the Idaho Garden Creek Preserve offers a stretch your legs, take in the majestic scenery and enjoy a light snack. This is a scenic excursion in covered jet boats and does not include any white water rapids. 4.5-hour guided excursion with pick-up and drop-off at the ship | $180 per person 

+ Hells Canyon Fishing Adventure: Step aboard our deluxe fishing boat on a chartered adventure onto the Snake River. The captain is an experienced river-man and will share local history and fishing lore as he navigates to a prime fishing spot. Then cast your line, enjoy complimentary refreshments and thrill to the magnificent scenery as you wait for the fish to bite. 4.5-hour excursion with pick-up and drop-off at the ship | $212 per person including all fishing gear and lures. 

+ Bird’s-Eye-View Helicopter Tour: This exclusive American Empress excursion takes you soaring above the pristine mountains and waterways of the Northwest.  Thrill to this sweeping aerial perspective of the Hells Canyon Recreation Area and watch as the rugged canyons and timbered wilderness unfold below you. You’ll see where the mighty Snake River joins the Clearwater River to meander through majestic canyons. Heading southward out of the river valley, you’ll fly above rolling hills and some of the most fertile farmland in America. Crossing over the breathtaking Grande Ronde River Canyon, the skilled pilot of your Robinson R44 Raven II helicopter will take you dipping into the canyon and winding around buttes, ridges and eroded basalt canyons. It’s an unforgettable once-in-a-lifetime adventure filled with excitement and plenty of photo opportunities. 1-hour excursion with pick-up and drop-off at the ship | $319 per person 

This evening, you’ll join your fellow cruise passengers for a final shipboard dinner accompanied by free-flowing wine and beer. (B+L+D)

Day 11 – Bid Farewell ... 
After breakfast onboard, you’ll disembark the American Empress for our included transfer to the airport in Spokane, Washington. (B)
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River Cruise Highlights
  • Sample the award-winning wines of the Willamette Valley and delight in the seasonally-sourced, farm-to-table cuisine of Oregon’s finest chefs.
  • See raucous Stellar sea lions in their native coastal habitat and venture into the vast Oregon Dunes on a thrilling open-top buggy adventure with our professional driver.
  • Learn about the botanical wealth of the Northwest at the esteemed Oregon Garden and visit Frank Lloyd Wright’s historic Gordon House.
  • Discover the inspiring natural wonders, rich Native American heritage and exciting pioneer-days history along the Columbia and Snake Rivers on an 8-day cruise aboard the most elegant riverboat in the Pacific Northwest.
All This Included
With the smallest groups in the Americas, our friendly expert guides take you deeper into the colorful stories, cultures and cuisines of these historic shores from South Carolina to Florida.
  • Comprehensive sightseeing with never more than 16 guests including all entry fees
  • Complete program of flexible shoreside sightseeing in every river port
  • 27 meals: 10 breakfasts, 7 lunches and 10 dinners
  • Wine and beer with all shipboard dinners on the American Empress
  • 3 nights at handpicked hotels; 7 nights in an outside stateroom aboard the American Empress
  • All on-tour transportation including airport transfers
  • Luggage handling and all hotel taxes and service charges
Accommodations on this Tour
Portland: Embassy Suites Inn
Newport: Elizabeth Street Inn 
Eugene: Excelsior Inn
Cruising: American Empress
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