Washington Travel Tips
Coffee, airplanes, the Mariners and trees, trees, trees - the Evergreen State has a lot to offer the visitor, both indoors and out. Seattle is the obvious starting point - most visitors arrive at Sea-Tac airport.
From here, it's easy to strike out into the mountains and rain forests of the Olympic Peninsula, head to the rugged coastline or go inland toward the agricultural centers of Yakima, the wine country around Walla Walla or the feat of engineering that is the Grand Coulee Dam.
Written by Hudson, USA, July 2011
Seattle-ite’s will see their maligned Bremerton borough brought back life this Saturday, July 23rd, with the first annual Bremerton Summer Brewfest. Bremerton hasn’t been on the visitor’s hotlist ...
Written by Hudson, USA, October 2011
A short boat ride away, the Puget Sound and San Juan Islands are miles apart from the busy hustle and bustle of the city of Seattle .
A mainstay for bikers, kayakers, hikers, and those just ...
Written by Hudson, USA, April 2012
One of the best ways to visit the Seattle Space Needle and its observation tower is by visiting during brunch. The Sky City restaurant sits in the observation deck some 600 feet up, and is known for ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, July 2012
Taking a boat out is a fun activity anywhere you go – but Seattle has something special that you won’t find many other places. The Center for Wooden Boats (CWB) is a maritime history gathering spot ...
Written by Hudson, USA, July 2012
If you’re not familiar with Dale Chihuly, you should be. His work is included in over 200 museums worldwide, and features his signature approach to glass blowing. Many of his works look ...
Written by Hudson, USA, June 2012
Every city has its cultural icon. Typically this is a sports mascot (the Oregon Beavers or Detroit Lions, for example) but Seattle has got something different to brag about. The Fremont Troll (yes, ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, November 2012
Let’s face it – even if you haven’t jumped on the vampire-swooning
bandwagon, it’s not like the lush forests of the Pacific Northwest
aren’t a beautiful trip to take anyway; so if any of your ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, August 2012
With scenic outdoor activities, a thriving art culture, and friendly people, Seattle is a perfect place to bring the younger ones along. Here are some activities you can easily do with the entire ...
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