Best Western Tumwater Inn

Address: 5188 Capitol Blvd SE, Tumwater, Washington, 98501-4442, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 5188 Capitol Blvd SE, Tumwater, is near Hand's On Children's Museum, Priest Point Park, Olympic Flight Museum, and Woodard Bay Natural Resources Conservation Area.
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          Travel Blogs from Tumwater

          Day 44 - Another Exciting Day in Paradise!

          A travel blog entry by rickr53 on Jul 06, 2015

          31 photos

          ... the hotel did not have a free breakfast, so we had to go to a real restaurant and get served. So we ended up hitting the road about 9:00.
          We started out heading south on WA-410E until we reached the Northeast Entrance, the White River Entrance to Mt Rainier National Park. This entrance boasts an 11 mile ride up to the highest point you can drive to in the park at 6400 ft. Since Enumclaw is below 1000 ft, that's a pretty steep climb in a ...

          Homer Was Here!

          A travel blog entry by 2travelers on Jun 12, 2014

          1 photo

          ... to Home Depot to get the drain pipe for the drain ditch Homer dug. And, of course, more 2 x 4's and more 2 x 6's. Every time we turn around it seems there is one more thing we have to do, and several more things we have to buy. I was pleased, tho, as there was a lot accomplished and I didn't have to to accomplish it. It'll be Monday before we work on it again, as we have other things going on that will take up the weekend. ...

          North Cascades and traffic

          A travel blog entry by jgood on Aug 02, 2013

          9 photos

          ... 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 ...

          Mt St. Helens Today

          A travel blog entry by kabrightbill on Jun 04, 2013

          1 photo

          ... 4th. Started picking out which tour I wanted to do, the company I wanted to trust my life with and so on. However, there was going to be a kink in my plans. There were not many tours booked and there needed to be at least two people per tour. It would be better to have three or more as the price goes down cause it is split amoungst the riders. I found one, but it wasn't quiet the tour I was interested in. I wanted it all, The devastation ...

          Days off but not really.

          A travel blog entry by kabrightbill on Apr 12, 2013

          1 comment, 8 photos

          ... Since I have been here it has been between 38 and 58 almost ever day. Colder when I first got here, a few warmer days. I questioned my recruiter about why my apartment didn't have air conditioning. but turns out this is a non-issure. I run the heat every day. usually in the morning when I get home and when I get up from sleeping. I don't have a forced air heater. I basically have a centrally controlled wall heater. There are two units in the living room that ...