River Rock Inn

Address: 15425 133 Ave NE, Arlington, Washington, 98223, United States | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B is located on 15425 133 Ave NE, Arlington.
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      Epilogue and Observations

      A travel blog entry by tjstaggs on Aug 10, 2014

      3 comments, 2 photos

      ... t fly at all

      - We used 356 gallons of fuel at an average cost of $5.71/gallon (less than my trip 3 years ago with Sean!).

      - The least expensive fuel was $4.90 (Buffalo, WY), and the most expensive was $7.63 (Ithaca, NY).

      - We camped out in tents 3 nights, stayed in hotels 5 nights, and stayed with friends the rest of the time.

      - We only put the plane in a hangar two nights (Dayton and Omaha – hail there is enough to scare ...

      My Seattle love

      A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot on Jun 22, 2014

      ... nothing to cover your crown jewels surely must be painful. Pain or no pain, this is a yearly tradition that brings out the free-spirited hippies of Seattle on bicycles. Most everyone was décor'ed in body paint and the more bashful of cyclists were wearing thongs. Decorated in the whole spectrum of the rainbow, people were painted with flowers, as Buzz Lightyear, with World Cup jerseys on and as ninja turtles with their ding dongs flapping and their pretty pillows flopping. ...

      Sleepless in Seattle....Part Three

      A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot on May 03, 2014

      3 comments, 85 photos

      ... negotiate the daily muddy streets. In 1889 a man named John E. Back inadvertently started a fire in the basement of a downtown building on a street now named 1st Avenue. He started this by accident as he was melting down glue over a small fire. We all have accidents right?...I remember when I left a piece of grilled cheese cooking in the oven when I decided bed was a better option and nearly burnt the house down. Well in this case the fire burnt down the entire Seattle city. Twenty ...

      Yays! only 2 days aways!

      A travel blog entry by marqual on Sep 03, 2013

      6 photos

      ... a trip up to Everest base camp and the Potola palace in Lhasa. Also, we'll see the camel markets in western China.
      * 2 weeks in Kyrgyzstan. A couple weeks with the nomads and eagle hunters. I can't wait to compare and contrast this with my trip in Mongolia last year. Rumor has it that there will be fermented mare's milk and I'm not sure if I can stomach it after the "incident" last year.
      * 1 week in ...

      Travel day 1.........

      A travel blog entry by friskadventures on Aug 15, 2013

      1 comment

      ... could…..3:35pm

    • I asked her where terminal 95 was – she shook her head and said it is the furthest one from customs – of course it is!!!!
    • Off we run – me in my barefeet holding my sandals in my hand – through the terminals to get to terminal 95.
    • We get to terminal 95 - 3:47pm– and they were late boarding – of course they were!
    • We flopped on ...