Rodeo Inn

Address: 20707 SR 99, Lynnwood, Washington, 98036, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 20707 SR 99, Lynnwood, is near Edmonds Underwater Park, Richmond Beach Saltwater Park, Ballinger Park, and Indian Heaven Wilderness.
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Travel Blogs from Lynnwood

2016 Jaguar XE to be Revealed This September

A travel blog entry by sassyunder275 on Jul 17, 14

... torque in the F-Type roadster. Other powertrains will include Jaguar's new Ingenium four-cylinder mills, including turbocharged 2.0-liter gas and diesel engines. Additionally, ...

Where our Journey Begins

A travel blog entry by on Apr 23, 2014

18 photos


All you need is

One Beer
One Black Coffee
8 packets of table sugar
4 empty shot glasses
4 empty glasses


1. Pour the beer evenly into the four empty glasses
2. Pour the black coffee into each shot glass
3. Now each person should grab to sugar packets
(At this point everyone should have one quarter of a ...

Increase Your Way Of Life With Proper Nutrition

A travel blog entry by protective081 on Jan 04, 14

Eating a nutritious diet should be easy without confusion about how to do it. Unfortunately, using the overwhelming level of information offered to consumers in this particular new cyber-society, it is usually difficult to make wise choices about what to consume on a regular basis. This informative article provides a quick review of what you want to do to improve your nutrition simply and painlessly.

It's essential to eat proteins ...

Seattle in the Sunshine

A travel blog entry by augustinesghost on Sep 26, 2013

22 photos

... They built a sculpture garden that zigzags over everything and is quite lovely.

Once on the waterfront I walked back towards the touristy stuff, of which there is plenty! The water is so clear here you can see down to the bottom of the Sound - down far enough to see starfish and even regular old fish (big ones!) swimming by. I keep thinking of the water back east, where even on ...

Day Eleven

A travel blog entry by djcarson on Aug 15, 2013

12 photos

Sun begins to come up revealing wheat fields of western Washington The train splits apart in Spokane with part going to Portland and part going to Seattle. I am now in the last car. Here's the view of the sunrise from the rear car! Below is a view of our car when we stopped in Wenatchee, WA Very beautiful and interesting ride through Washington this morning. Lots of orchards around Cashmere and Wenatchee. A young boy and his dad across the aisle are passing by their family ...