GuestHouse Inn & Suites Dupont

Address: 1609 McNeil Street, Dupont, Washington, 98327, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1609 McNeil Street, Dupont, is near Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge, The Home Course, and Ft. Lewis Military Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Dupont

      Home safe and sound

      A travel blog entry by juliep2104 on Oct 21, 2014

      ... included 2 cameras, iPod, iPad, cellphone, travel wifi. Oh, yes, everything had to come out of its protective cover. After stripping myself of money belt, watch, Jawbone, shoes, hat, jacket, going through the body screen for the second time already, they patted me down very thoroughly, wiped me with an explosives detector, wiped my shoes, then let me shove everything that had been carefully packed, helter skelter ...

      I Love the Smell of Pine in the Morning

      A travel blog entry by yellowstoners on Oct 05, 2014

      39 photos

      ... become more lush and we could see that lot of the trees had already begun to change color for fall. We even got a few good views of Mt. Rainier which we are always happy to see, even if it is an active volcano.
      Ible and I made excellent time, in fact we were a few hours ahead of schedule and had time to kill before we could meet up with our fellow Yellowstoner. We ended up stopping in the nearby town of Puyallup where we had heard that the antique ...

      Our first day in Seattle

      A travel blog entry by kaztravel on Sep 02, 2014

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... the town built huge retaining walls around each block of buildings to hold out the water. Realising afterwards that there was no way down to the "walkways below"they put in ladders at the end of each block. After seven people died walking the roads and falling into the walkways, they covered all the walk ways with curved brick roofs, literally masking them one floor below the surface, with stairwells every so often to access below. ...

      Day 12

      A travel blog entry by danielstravels on Jul 13, 2014

      10 photos

      ... chatted with the ranger. He was kind enough to lend a converter to me.

      The girls went to the beach on the Hood Canal while I ran a few miles to town to do laundry and wash the car. The girls did not care for the beach. The park’s website stated "the warm waters and fine gravel beaches of this Hood Canal park are ideally suited for swimming, snorkeling, wind surfing, kayaking, etc." Not so much according to them. They had ...

      Hello Seattle.

      A travel blog entry by 50statestravel on Jul 07, 2014

      1 photo

      ... to take another trip with people outside my family I would choose everyone from the AWA tour we were on, and I know I speak for the rest of the family too. Everyone got along fantastically and it was a great mix of ages. We miss them already. We spend a good part of the morning napping. I think most of us got up after noon. ...