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... in and going out as there was plenty of daylight left.
As we dined we agreed that while not the fanciest, this was possibly the tastiest food we had eaten in the last month. Oh yeah, we've been on the road for over 5 weeks now. The plan was for an early departure in the morning to allow us to take our time on the way to Newport the next ...
Wle started our morning slow. Breakfast at the hotel. It was the most chaotic hotel breakfast I have ever encountered. People all lined up even if they were waiting for one item and not seeming to understand to just go to the area if tge food p wanted and rude too. We headed off to gas works park. It is a great use of a space once used as the gas company . Lanton and I could have sat there and enjoyed ...
Well, we're packed and ready, I think. Tomorrow is "D" (departure) day! I guess what ever preparations have been missed will just be history by the time we return. It's a bit difficult to leave the "castle" for such a long time. Everything out in the yard is starting to grow ...
Since October 6th, I have visited some of incredibly memorable places. Some of the highlights were the Atacama desert in Chile's Norte Grande, which remains the most bizarre landscape I have ever seen. From the astounding rocky outcrops in the Valle de la Luna, to the world's highest geyser field; Geysers del Tatio, and the pretty and dainty Andean flamingos at Salar de Atacama, my trip to Atacama with my dad will be some of my most impressive memories from this ...
Well I haven't updated this thing since New Mexico, but I felt today would be fitting for an entry, due to the excitement going on tomorrow. Over the next 24 hours I will be in route to Santiago, Chile! I probably wont arrive in Santiago until the 6th (Saturday) ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews The Inn at Mallard Cove Olympia
I have had the pleasure to stay in many B&B's over the recent past and "the Inn at Mallard Cove" was my favorite. I would give it a "10" out of "10" on all accounts. Owners Don & Linda made my stay so very comfortable, I never wanted to leave and go back to my normal day.
Loved the Inn at Mallard Cove!
We wanted a quiet weekend away from the kid, and I'm so glad we picked this B&B instead of a normal hotel! It was so quiet, the house over looks the puget sound, and is absolutely beautiful! A quiet stroll through a nature path takes you down to the beach, they even have kayaks down there for you! The rooms are beautiful and romantic. Jetted bathtubs, gas fireplace, plush bathrobes, and a beautiful terrace with a view of the water, and mountains! In the moring there was a roaring fire down in the common area, with coffee, tea, Sunday's paper, and of course big picture windows showcasing the puget sound! Breakfast was a bit more fancy than I'm used to, but it was so good! We came home so relaxed, this was perfect R&R!
A Rare Combination
The owners of Mallard Cove have invested more, both personally and financially in this B & B than they can ever hope to recoup in this lifetime but their attitudes make it clear they are not doing it for the money. They are giving back and love sharing the treasure of the Inn at Mallard Cove. Exquisite facilites, caring, sharing, itelligent hosts and genuine warmth are a wonderful combination. We will return.
Troverete raramente un posto così incredibile!
I proprietari del Mallard Cove hanno investito personalmente e finanziariamente in questo B&B molto più di quanto potranno mai sperare di recuperare in tutta la loro vita, ma da come si comportano è ovvio che non fanno il loro mestiere solo per il denaro. Mettono a disposizione e condividono quel tesoro che è l'Inn di Mallard Cove - dotazioni con i fiocchi, padroni di casa intelligenti, generosi e scrupolosi e un caloroso e autentico senso dell'ospitalità sono una miscela perfetta. Ritorneremo!
This was a FABULOUS getaway. My husband and I escaped from our 2 small children for the weekend and we could not have asked for a more perfect retreat. A beautiful and comfortable home with lovely hosts. Did I mention the warm cookies when we returned for dinner or the sumptuous breakfast? And that we got left-over scones to go?
Il B&B perfetto
Questo è il luogo di soggiorno perfetto per staccare da tutto. Io e mio marito volevamo trascorrere un week-end tutto per noi, senza i bambini, e non avremmo potuto trovare un posto migliore. The Inn è una dimora bella e confortevole, con padroni di casa che sono un vero incanto. Vi ho già parlato dei biscotti fragranti che abbiamo trovato quando siamo rientrati per cena o della colazione sontuosa? E delle focaccine omaggio da portare via?
My sister and I came to Olympia to evaluate the area for a possible job relocation, as well as for much needed R & R. From the first day we came to the Inn we knew we had found our home away from home.
Best the Pacific Northwest can offer!
This was only our second time staying at a B&B, and since we enjoyed our first experience, we had great expectations. The Inn at Mallard Cove exceeded all of them! Don and Linda are warm hosts, providing exceptional hospitality and the most delicious gourmet breakfasts we've ever had. The rooms are absolutely gorgeous with wonderful views. They spoiled us as guests, from the luxe robes and slippers they provide in the rooms, the softests sheets I've ever slept in, to the warm cookies that welcomed us home every evening. A true find, we know we will return to the Inn at Mallard Cove the next time we are in the Puget Sound area.
Best b&b in Olympia
We thoroughly enjoyed staying two days at the Inn at Mallard Cove in Olympia, Washington. We stayed in the largest suite at the inn which is beautifully appointed with exquisite fabrics and designed with all the best creature comforts in mind. It is a brand new inn located in a beautiful tranquile setting. There is a path from the property leading down to the beach where you can take leasurely strolls or kayak around the Sound.
The hosts present great gourmet breakfasts each morning in a dining room decorated with hand applied faux painted walls.
We are looking forward to another visit!
If you want to experience the Northwest in all its glory, it would be hard to do better than The Inn at Mallard Cove, an upscale B & B. Don & Linda, the innkeepers, make you feel like you are VIP guests in their home. They enjoy what they are doing and it shows.