36 Hours Sneak Peak

From Berlin to Nashville, and a bunch of places in between, take a look at where 36 Hours is headed this season.

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Portland, OR
Beast

Beast

Beast was named restaurant of the year by The Oregonian in 2008.  960 1280

  

Bike Library

Bike Library

36 Hours hosts Kyle Martino and Kristen Kish play some piano at the People's Bike Library of Portland, a celebrated steel and gold-leaf sculpture by local artists Brian Borrello and Vanessa Renwick.  960 1280

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Concordia Brewery

Concordia Brewery

Concordia Brewery is housed in the McMenamins Kennedy School, a refurbished elementary school in northeast Portland that now serves as a hotel, brewery, restaurant and movie theater. 960 1280

  

McMenamins Kennedy School

McMenamins Kennedy School

A wonderful selection of happy goodness in the McMenamins Kennedy School. 960 1280

  

Burnside Skatepark

Burnside Skatepark

Burnside Skatepark is a local skater hangout under the east side of the Burnside Bridge. It was built without any permission but was soon accepted and approved by the city. It has been featured in both films (including Free Willy) and various skating video games. 960 1280

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DeNoble Farms

DeNoble Farms

The vegetable stand at DeNoble Farms features its award-winning Italian artichokes.  960 1280

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Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden

The Portland Japanese Garden is a place for quiet reflection on the beauty of nature and inner harmony.  960 1280

  

Voodoo Doughnut

Voodoo Doughnut

A kooky shop known for its unusual doughnuts and eclectic décor, Voodoo Doughnut is a local favorite in the Rose City. 960 1280

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City Motto

City Motto

Until next time, Portland. Keep it weird. 960 1280

  

La Boqueria

La Boqueria

The Mercat de Sant Josep de la Boqueria, more commonly referred to as La Boqueria, is one of Barcelona’s most popular tourist attractions and one of the city’s largest open-air markets. 960 1280

  

Crowded Streets

Crowded Streets

A flurry of activity takes place inside the market as locals and tourists go from vendor to vendor looking for great food.  960 1280

  

Local Butcher

Local Butcher

Customers can get fresh fruits and vegetables and even visit a local butcher. 960 1280

  

Cured Meats

Cured Meats

This butcher has a wide variety of salted, cured meat ready to sell. 960 1280

  

Cold Drinks

Cold Drinks

Vendors also serve up delicious fruit drinks to help you cool off on a hot Barcelona day.  960 1280

  

Buckets of Options

Buckets of Options

Whether you want your fruit fresh or dried, you can get it at La Boqueria. 960 1280

  

So Fresh and So Clean

So Fresh and So Clean

Enjoy fresh fish? Well, how about watching it get cleaned right in front of you before taking it home to cook? 960 1280

  

So Many Shellfish

So Many Shellfish

If you’re more of a shellfish fan, no worries. There are stands that serve up fresh shrimp, mussels and more. 960 1280

  

Belly Up to the Bar

Belly Up to the Bar

The market is so big that it even has a few places where you can take a break from shopping, grab a cold drink and enjoy the atmosphere. 960 1280

  

Laura i Marc Besora

Laura i Marc Besora

Stop by Laura i Marc Besora to grab all the fruits and vegetables you could ever want. 960 1280

  

Herbs and Spices

Herbs and Spices

It wouldn’t be a Spanish market without a ton of fresh herbs and spices available. 960 1280

  

Something's Fishy

Something's Fishy

While one row at Barcelona's La Boqueria may smell of fresh basil, this one clearly smells of fresh fish. 960 1280

  

La Boqueria Vendor

La Boqueria Vendor

At a typical stand at La Boqueria, this vendor offers up a variety of fresh vegetables, dried fruit and colorful spices. 960 1280

  

Spicy Garden

Spicy Garden

Don’t forget the spice! There’s no better way to kick your salad up a notch than chili peppers, which are displayed in bunches hanging from the roof of this stand. 960 1280

  

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Beast

Beast

Beast was named restaurant of the year by The Oregonian in 2008.  960 1280

  

Bike Library

Bike Library

36 Hours hosts Kyle Martino and Kristen Kish play some piano at the People's Bike Library of Portland, a celebrated steel and gold-leaf sculpture by local artists Brian Borrello and Vanessa Renwick.  960 1280

042024006103  

Concordia Brewery

Concordia Brewery

Concordia Brewery is housed in the McMenamins Kennedy School, a refurbished elementary school in northeast Portland that now serves as a hotel, brewery, restaurant and movie theater. 960 1280

  

McMenamins Kennedy School

McMenamins Kennedy School

A wonderful selection of happy goodness in the McMenamins Kennedy School. 960 1280

  

Burnside Skatepark

Burnside Skatepark

Burnside Skatepark is a local skater hangout under the east side of the Burnside Bridge. It was built without any permission but was soon accepted and approved by the city. It has been featured in both films (including Free Willy) and various skating video games. 960 1280

042024006103  

DeNoble Farms

DeNoble Farms

The vegetable stand at DeNoble Farms features its award-winning Italian artichokes.  960 1280

042024006103  

Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden

The Portland Japanese Garden is a place for quiet reflection on the beauty of nature and inner harmony.  960 1280

  

Voodoo Doughnut

Voodoo Doughnut

A kooky shop known for its unusual doughnuts and eclectic décor, Voodoo Doughnut is a local favorite in the Rose City. 960 1280

042024006103  

City Motto

City Motto

Until next time, Portland. Keep it weird. 960 1280

  

La Boqueria

La Boqueria

The Mercat de Sant Josep de la Boqueria, more commonly referred to as La Boqueria, is one of Barcelona’s most popular tourist attractions and one of the city’s largest open-air markets. 960 1280

  

Crowded Streets

Crowded Streets

A flurry of activity takes place inside the market as locals and tourists go from vendor to vendor looking for great food.  960 1280

  

Local Butcher

Local Butcher

Customers can get fresh fruits and vegetables and even visit a local butcher. 960 1280

  

Cured Meats

Cured Meats

This butcher has a wide variety of salted, cured meat ready to sell. 960 1280

  

Cold Drinks

Cold Drinks

Vendors also serve up delicious fruit drinks to help you cool off on a hot Barcelona day.  960 1280

  

Buckets of Options

Buckets of Options

Whether you want your fruit fresh or dried, you can get it at La Boqueria. 960 1280

  

So Fresh and So Clean

So Fresh and So Clean

Enjoy fresh fish? Well, how about watching it get cleaned right in front of you before taking it home to cook? 960 1280

  

So Many Shellfish

So Many Shellfish

If you’re more of a shellfish fan, no worries. There are stands that serve up fresh shrimp, mussels and more. 960 1280

  

Belly Up to the Bar

Belly Up to the Bar

The market is so big that it even has a few places where you can take a break from shopping, grab a cold drink and enjoy the atmosphere. 960 1280

  

Laura i Marc Besora

Laura i Marc Besora

Stop by Laura i Marc Besora to grab all the fruits and vegetables you could ever want. 960 1280

  

Herbs and Spices

Herbs and Spices

It wouldn’t be a Spanish market without a ton of fresh herbs and spices available. 960 1280

  

Something's Fishy

Something's Fishy

While one row at Barcelona's La Boqueria may smell of fresh basil, this one clearly smells of fresh fish. 960 1280

  

La Boqueria Vendor

La Boqueria Vendor

At a typical stand at La Boqueria, this vendor offers up a variety of fresh vegetables, dried fruit and colorful spices. 960 1280

  

Spicy Garden

Spicy Garden

Don’t forget the spice! There’s no better way to kick your salad up a notch than chili peppers, which are displayed in bunches hanging from the roof of this stand. 960 1280

  

The Spice Bazaar

The Spice Bazaar

The Spice Bazaar in Istanbul, Turkey, is one of the largest marketplaces in the city. Among its most famous vendors, Malatya Pazari sells dried fruits, spices, lokum and other sweets. 960 1280

  

The Spice Bazaar

The Spice Bazaar

With vendors dishing out everything from spices to textiles, the Spice Bazaar is a popular shopping destination in Turkey. 960 1280

  

New Mosque

New Mosque

Directly beside the Spice Bazaar is the beautiful New Mosque (or Yeni Cami in Turkish). 960 1280

  

The Hagia Sophia

The Hagia Sophia

The Hagia Sophia — a former church that became a mosque and then a museum — is a highlight of Sultanahmet, a historical part of Istanbul. 960 1280

  

The Hagia Sophia

The Hagia Sophia

The Hagia Sophia had to be rebuilt twice — the first structure burned down, and the second was demolished after a riot. The current building was constructed in the sixth century.  960 1280

  

Ciragan Palace

Ciragan Palace

The luxurious, 5-star Ciragan Palace is a grand sight when observed from the infinity pool at night. 960 1280

  

Ciragan Palace

Ciragan Palace

Once home to Sultan Abdülâziz, Ciragan Palace now serves as a hotel on the city’s European shore, where it enjoys some of the best views Istanbul has to offer. 960 1280

  

Ottoman Palace

Ottoman Palace

The chandelier and ornate ceiling of a former Ottoman palace that is now a high-end hotel. 960 1280

  

Grand Bazaar

Grand Bazaar

Just some of colorful trinkets that shoppers can buy at the Grand Bazaar.  960 1280

  

Grand Bazaar

Grand Bazaar

Istanbul’s sprawling Grand Bazaar, which was built in 1461, ranks among the biggest covered markets in the world. Visitors can brush up on their bargaining skills at its 5,000 shops.  960 1280

  

360 Restaurant

360 Restaurant

The 360 restaurant in the heart of Istanbul has a wonderful bar and a terrace with a magnificent view.  960 1280

  

360 View

360 View

From the terrace of the 360 restaurant, diners can see the Bosporus, the Golden Horn and the hills of Istanbul.  960 1280

  

360 Cocktails

360 Cocktails

Besides the décor, ambience and view, the 360 Istanbul restaurant also offers a huge selection of signature cocktails. 960 1280

  

Ikinci Bahar Restaurant

Ikinci Bahar Restaurant

Ikinci Bahar Restaurant serves delicious seafood dishes at its location in Cicek Pasaji, a beautiful, historic building. 960 1280

  

Taksim-Tünel Nostalgia Tramway

Taksim-Tünel Nostalgia Tramway

Tram service in Istanbul ended completely in 1966 but returned in 1990 with the opening of the Taksim-Tünel Nostalgia Tramway. It goes up and down Istiklal Street, the city's biggest pedestrian shopping street. 960 1280

  

Karakoy Port

Karakoy Port

Up until 1973, the ferry out of Karakoy port was the only means of transport between the European and Asian sides of Istanbul. 960 1280

  

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