Extended Stay America - Tacoma - Fife
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... from us at the library to get the car.
We drove back to Kanaskat-Palmer SP and explored their picnic area. The Green River flows next to the picnic area, so we all walked down to the bank and jumped on the rocks next to the river. There was A LOT of water in that river! Back at the campsite, the kids played in the woods behind our site while Rees and I labeled our trip pictures.
After dinner, the kids read, Rees continued to label pictures, and I played ...
Day 5: Thursday: Jasper: Athabasca Falls, Jasper Tramway, hike to the top of the Whistlers. We got a late start this day, opting to have a leisurely breakfast and take a break from our pushing pace set prior. Our Campsite was spacious and set back from others a bit, and really nice place to relax, but we’d opt for B11 next time for perfection. I enjoyed daily walks along the river with Roxy in the a.m. before people got up and moving. In the early afternoon ...
We head to the market where we enjoy watching the flying fish mongers and stroll the isles gawking at the amazing fresh vegetables, gorgeous and affordable flower arrangements, and scrumptious looking foods of all kinds. We enjoy the music from the many street musicians, and sitting at a couple of different parks in the area reading a book. We stay most of the day just meandering, snacking and taking it all ...
We have a lazy morning to let yesterday's late arrivals to catch up on some beauty sleep. We left our apartment about 1035 to head off towards the Boeing factory. Caroline and I have been there before. We were on the 1130 tour. They have tightened up the rules as to what you can take these days. On our previous tour back in 2012, we were told that you could have a mobile phone but could not use it to video etc. Now they ...
... words into the colourful display. It was a germ ridden shrine to loved ones. It was uniquely 'Gross'. Deciding to buy our tickets for the Victoria Clipper (the ferry across to Victoria on Vancouver Island) in advance, we walked through to Pier 69 (the Clipper departure site) and just along from it to the Seattle Art Museum (SAM) Olympic Sculpture Park, where we enjoyed an iced coffee (or more like frozen solid coffee!) We were fascinated by the freight trains ...