DoubleTree By Hilton Olympia
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... and later shared hot dogs and stories around the fire. The next day we went to the Cider Mill in Tumwater and tried out their cider and donuts. We visited the Deschutes River and walked around the Tumwater Falls. Rachel and I enjoyed several games of Mah Jongg!! A relaxing, fun time.
... free cupcakes.
After being here for just over a month and not having really experienced any of the beautiful landscape surrounding the city I wasn't going to squander anymore of the rare rain free days any longer. The day after Natefest I decided I would find an awesome hiking trail somewhere and settled on Olympia National Park to go for a hike up to an old abandoned railway bridge which just happened to also be the second ...
... line that sounded appealing for dinner. When I asked the desk clerk at the hotel to confirm that it was a good choice, she suggested Budd Bay Cafe as an alternative. Why quibble? That's where we went and boy were we glad. Our table on the patio outside was looking right at the marina and harbor. BTW, the skies were clear and sunny. We watched ...
... lever bridge in the USA. Very high, long and impressive. This was our next destination as we crossed the mighty Columbia and on to our 2nd state, Washington. From here we followed the coast west to the mouth of the Columbia River a treacherous and sometimes downright suicidal opening. For this reason there were two large lighthouses not far apart. We visited both and they were equally impressive jutting out over the pacific ocean. The walk to both was ...
... on a product made by Bak Industries, called the Roll X Tonneau cover.
What makes this Tonneau cover different from all others is a few things. First its a hard cover that rolls up out of the way and takes up very little room. When rolled up against the cab it is approximately 6 inches in height. It is then secured with nylon straps and clips which allows you to drive with it in that position. Thus, freeing up ...