Chez Cascadia

Address: 323 Milroy St. NW, Olympia, Washington, 98502, United States | Hostel
 
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Location

This hostel, located on 323 Milroy St. NW, Olympia, is near Hand's On Children's Museum, Priest Point Park, Olympic Flight Museum, and Capitol Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Olympia

Route Overview

A travel blog entry by rhettb on May 31, 2015

... routes through Idaho and Montana. Eventually they all traveled together from where the Yellowstone River joins the Missouri in North Dakota. From there I will not travel the LC trail but will go to Minnesota, Wisconsin and then Illinois.
On my westbound trip I will start in St. Louis and try to follow the LC actual westbound route as close as I can.

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2014 Olympia Lakefair

A travel blog entry by jackies-world on Jul 20, 2014

7 comments, 10 photos

... around the west side of the lake to include the capital building in the photographs.

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It is Europe EVE!

A travel blog entry by happyhooligans on Jun 18, 2014

8 photos

... bag with a funny story as an art bag, but after much consideration, a backpack seemed more efficient. So a backpack we acquired. I'm not crazy about the fact that it's a monotone black, but it is SUPER efficient. So many cubbies and buckles and pouches.

A cribbage board, a postcard stamp, passports, gluesticks, and liquor. How strange how a photo of seemingly random items can represent so much. The postcard stamp was a very exciting ...

Day 17 - On the Road

A travel blog entry by ucbearcat74 on Sep 17, 2013

... the Columbia River. This was about 150 miles or so from Seattle but this part looks like it is covered in scrub brush. We drove another 50 miles or so and then the mountains are covered with pines. The hills were just thick with forest. What a change in landscape. Unfortunately the dark gray clouds were so low you could not see very high up - at one point we were driving through one!

We finally found our way to the ...

North Cascades and traffic

A travel blog entry by jgood on Aug 02, 2013

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... ones. We drove over the very first (and only) "double pass" from the bike trip last summer. The infamous one which necessitated eating cold baked beans straight from the can to fuel us the last few miles. Andy and I both marveled at the steepness and length of this climb. I imagine this one would have been hard even if it hadn't been our first one to conquer. I remember feeling truly in love ...