GuestHouse Inn & Suites Tumwater
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and the entire top of Mt rainier is covered in snow as it rises to over 14,000 ft at the top. The ride down was just as spectacular as the ride up, and set the tone for the entire day.
Returning to WA-410E, the views were beautiful, and we were headed to the top of Cayuse Pass, when we changed roads to WA-123S and here's where everything got much better. WA-123S is just a beautiful road. It is narrow, and twisty, has a tunnel, and is ...
... and supplicate God, it was the moment I realized the other shoe "HAD" been there a little bit ago. I stood bolt upright from looking under the bed, spun on my heel, yanked open the door and BAM. There she was, barely clinging to life. I got to her just in time to hear the last thread shred. OH THE IRREPARABLE DAMAGE! Whhhhhyyyyy?!
I know, I totally own the over dramatization, but I really, REALLY liked those shoes.
... crater, and sumit tour package. I figured if your going to do it, do it big. But this couple from New Zealand, had only signed up for crater and devestation. I had to go with them, and had to first find out if it would be ok to join them. Which they agreed to cause it reduced thier price by $75.00 per head. I kept checking the weather to make sure that it was going to be a clear day. Tuesday came I couldn't have asked for a better day to ...
... came back to Sada's and decided he & my Aunt Joann, as well as Sophia, would like to go with me to the Lacey Museum. We let Siri guide us there (even though Sophia is basically a Lacey native, she had no idea they even had a museum let alone where it was) and we got slightly lost. Unfortunately, upon arrival, we discovered that I'd misread their operating hours and it was closed. So, we took an impromptu trip to Olympia (Washington's capitol, boys & girls) as Uncle ...
... blowers on them, along with an electric fireplace. And another blower in the bedroom. I suspect that the people on the first and second floors don't have to use there's as much. My apartment complex is made up of a lot of short term residents. There are license plates from Minnesota, Texas, Florida, North Dakota, and Illinois. Not a very friendly group as I noted by my first day when I parked in the wrong place and a dirty note was left on my car. I figure that ...