Phoenix Inn Suites Olympia
Travel Blogs from Olympia
Managed to survive getting to Heathrow without incident (thank you, John) as even on a Sunday morning the M25 can catch you out. Checking in at Terminal 5 was fine but we hit a slight snag when we boarded the plane for Seattle. We sat waiting for a runway for over 35 minutes which meant we were late departing and consequently nearly an hour late …
... the Columbia River. This was about 150 miles or so from Seattle but this part looks like it is covered in scrub brush. We drove another 50 miles or so and then the mountains are covered with pines. The hills were just thick with forest. What a change in landscape. Unfortunately the dark gray clouds were so low you could not see very high up - at one point we were driving through one!
We finally found our way to the ...
It's curious how life unfolds itself. It seems so mysterious at times and yet familiar like an old friend that can always be counted on. Random events, people and circumstances in hindsight appear to be very connected as if all of it has been orchestrated perfectly. I often find myself pondering all this, which is frequently accompanied by a whispered "hmmmm." Since I decided to seize ...
Linda Burton posting from Olympia, Washington – "My country 'tis of thee, sweet land of liberty, of thee I sing. Land where my fathers died, land of the Pilgrims' pride, from every mountain side, let freedom ring" (Samuel Francis Smith, author, 1831). It may be Francis Scott Key’s Star Spangled Banner that gets us standing and saluting at baseball games, but nobody can deny that Samuel Francis Smith’s America is a more ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking