The INN at Gig Harbor

Address: 3211 56th Street N.W., Gig Harbor, Washington, 98335, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 3211 56th Street N.W., Gig Harbor, is near Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium, Point Defiance Park, and Fort Nisqually Living History Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Gig Harbor

    And then it was one.....

    A travel blog entry by jimbouk on Aug 10, 2014

    ... me have a look..."

    This was Irish Mike, a lovely man from Belfast, who took me under his wing, and basically hooked me up with a 1991 Toyota Corolla, $2800 + tax and registration, lowest price I could get off him.

    I checked a few insurance companies, and for a non-US citizen, the cheapest I could get full insurance was $750 for 6 months.

    Paperwork took about 3 days to sort out, and then I was on the road!

    Portland next....

    Armed with a mallet (or shall we say furnished?)

    A travel blog entry by chris-moore on Jul 03, 2014

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    Today Patti John and I took a trip to Seattle, taking the ferry from Bremerton across Puget Sound to dock right in the city centre, quite the nicest way to arrive. Seattle is a great city as Nicola and Tim will testify after their three year sojourn here a few years ago.

    The main reason for the trip was to visit the recently opened Chihuly Garden and Glass which has been built right next to the Space Needle just north of Seattle's downtown area. Locally born ...

    Catching up with family

    A travel blog entry by steveandcarro on Jun 21, 2014

    ... a stop at the Boeing Factory. We arrived at The Future of Flight Aviation Centre. We looked around the centre whilst we were waiting for our tour then watched the introduction film then were transferred to the factory by bus to see how the 747, 767, and the new Dreamliner 787 were made. The tour was very informative and well worth the trip north of Seattle before we travelled south to Portland .


    A travel blog entry by mikenda on May 19, 2014

    ... mom Laura! My dearly beloved sister-in-law! What a joyous day!
    Dylan has a competition tonight (he competes in trivia contests and has won several weeks in a row) so we don't get to see him tonight :-( but the rest of us are going out to El Pueblito's (our favorite little Mexican place up here) for dinner and laughs.
    I am a happy camper ...

    Rain, Rain Go Away...

    A travel blog entry by rplester on Feb 15, 2014

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    ... University of Washington's Phi Psi house I went downtown to go up the Seattle Space Needle and explored Pike's Place market. The Space Needle was fantastic, a 41 second ride to the top, and the view even through all the rain and clouds was great; but I would have appreciated a bit more historical context about the world's fair and how it was built. For all intents and purposes the Space Needle is at it's core a ...