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 Richmond Beach Saltwater Park, Edmonds Underwater Park, Hamlin Park, and Indian Heaven Wilderness.
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Global connections

A travel blog entry by travelingadream on Sep 29, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... cruise . Geoffrey said something to Keith about getting some patches for him and my ears perked up. I interjected the question about what type of patches and he replied, "Shoulder patches."

Trusting my intuition, I asked if he was law enforcement. Geoff replied that both he and Keith were retired.....Geoff from Australia and Keith from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. What a small world!

We conversed more about our ...

Masterchef

A travel blog entry by alanhopkins on Jul 24, 2014

... to a hostel in a 4 bed dorm no less? They are really weird. I have this vision of waking up and them having tied us up and forcing us to watch them *******. I’ll document how it goes in tomorrow’s blog…hopefully.

Charlotte just messaged me from the bed below to say his feet stink; I wondered what that smell was it reminds me of the swimming baths as a kid, I’ve asked Charlotte if she would like me to **** to improve the smell, no answer as ...

'Turnt Up'date

A travel blog entry by mattcgilbert on May 11, 2014

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... The 'party' was a total bust but fortunately the guy who owned the house that the 2 *****s were staying at was an absolute legend who was heavily involved in the Washington craft beer industry and I was able to spend the night drinking and some of the most amazing micro brew beers to ever grace my tastebuds. I figured I was about due to write a little update before I forgot about anything. I will write something new after all the shows and festivals that are coming up in the next 2 ...

The Rainy Coast

A travel blog entry by nathanlake on Oct 10, 2013

... beauty to one who seeks the comfort and pleasure of the mountain landscape.
From Vail we drove to Grand Tetons National Park to stay with two of my great friends from Vermont, Scout and Hannah. Scout and Hannah were employed by the park so we got to stay in the employee dormitory, which was kind of like going back to college but if college was only populated by camp counselors. The Grand Tetons themselves (the Mountains) look like large ...

Day Eleven

A travel blog entry by djcarson on Aug 15, 2013

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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 ...