Red Lion Hotel Olympia
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I was gazing at the Atlantic only a few months ago. My highlight was the Hoh Rain Forest. It is billed as one of the most spectacular examples of temperate rain forest in the world and I'm not arguing. Annual rainfall is 150 inches, wettest area in the continental U.S.. This allows the maples, spruce, hemlock, douglas fir and red cedar to grow to greater dimensions than their drier counterparts. Epiphytes, mosses and ferns give ...
... over a hundred meters above a pristine creek in a valley it was truly one of the most amazing things I have seen in my life.
This last week I've been lucky enough to see some of my favourite bands play in Seattle with Letlive and Architects putting on a phenomenal show on tuesday night and Comeback Kid playing last night. Ive been writing this for too long now and its time for me to go meet up with Jess and head out for the night.
... us a lot. The Capitol Building was amazing....shame about the rest.
We went for a stroll and went to the local brewery 'Fishtail Brewery' We sampled a few tipples of course. I had the IPA & the Porter while Rox had the hard cider!! We also had dinner....salad for Rox...shitload of dressing of course and I had chicken schwarma. All in all quality food and drink.....again!!!!
After a few drinks we needed a walk to clear the head so took off around ...
... s house, I met with Vickie & Cara for lunch at the historic Oyster House (*Not so fun fact* 2 days after we ate there, the Oyster House burnt down!) During lunch, we called Didi & wished that she had been there right away. Cara & I really did enjoy getting to know one another; we wished we'd have had more time to spend. I'm so glad to know I now have another friend in the Pacific Northwest that I can go to visit.
After lunch, ...
... announcement that a whale had been spotted in front of the ferry. So the ferry stopped, in the middle of Puget Sound, and we waited about 15 minutes. No whale. The ferry continued its route and about 1:30 it docked, but not in Anacortes. It stopped at San Juan Island to pick up some other passengers. We still had another 90 minutes on the ferry. So on we go. We finally docked at Anacortes at 3:15, got off the ferry, drove through ...